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Wednesday, February 7th, 2018 | bitcoin updates

Being able to sleep during working hours may sound tempting for some employees – but for the employees of the Edeka central warehouse in Nieder-Olm in Rhineland-Palatinate it seems like a bully. They would have so little to do that they would have made beds out of pallets, they report. Edeka put them "under psychological pressure", the company has the former Kaiser's Tengelmann camp deprived since March 2017 "within a few weeks at short notice our complete previous tasks". Thus, the trading company violated the collective agreement, which was negotiated between Edeka Kaiser's Tengelmann and the Verdi Tariff Commission and was a condition for the ministerial approval. It is possible to reverse the sale. The letter goes to the old boss, not to the new boss. There are serious allegations made by the employees of the central warehouse responsible for the Frankfurt and Mainz areas against their new employer. However, in an open letter, which is in the Tagesspiegel, they do not turn to Edeka CEO Markus Mosa, but to Tengelmann CEO Karl-Erivan Haub. He was finally until the end of 2021 owner of the Kaiser's Tengelman "on call", the well-being of employees should therefore be "important." To Tengelmann CEO Karl-Erivan Haub, the employees of the central warehouse from Nieder-Olm addressed the Open Letter.Photo : Roland Weihrauch / dpa Almost exactly a year after the takeover of the former Kaiser's Tengelmann markets by Edeka, a David-versus-Goliath dispute threatens: 56 employees in the central warehouse Nieder-Olm against the grocer Edeka. As part of a ministerial approval in March 2016, the then Federal Minister of Economics Sigmar Gabriel (SPD) had approved the previously prohibited by the Bundeskartellamt acquisition of Kaiser's Tengelmann branches. It was intended to secure 16,000 jobs. One of the conditions is that Edeka grants employees at least a five-year employment guarantee. Should Edeka violate a condition, the Minister of Economic Affairs reserves the right to withdraw the merger license later on. Employees complain to the Labor Court on their premium For Nieder-Olm, the collective bargaining parties agreed that the warehouse would be at least approximately 7,000 long and 10,000 square meters in size remains, it says in the letter. Without the participation of the works council or the Verdi Tariff Commission, these articles were "taken out" of the camp completely. Currently, only about 100 different wine items from an Edeka Rheinberg winery are stored. Due to the relocation of the articles to other locations, the warehouse was taken as the basis for order picking. Normally, the employees would have received bonuses for it, about 510 euros would be missing the employees now on average every month, it is said by the works council of the camp. 22 complaints by employees would therefore already be heard before the Mainz Labor Court.

 In August 2017, Edeka would have informed the works council that a sufficient number of jobs would be created through a stock restructuring from January 2018 onwards. But this change of business is not compatible with the collective agreement and bring disadvantages for the employees. That is why Verdi asked Edeka to renegotiate or supplement the collective agreement. But Edeka does not react, complain the staff in the letter. Mark Mosa is the boss of Edeka. At the beginning of 2017, the grocer took over around 400 branches of Kaiser's Tengelmann, well … Photo: DPA Dennis Dacke, spokesman for the Verdi state district of Rhineland-Palatinate-Saarland, confirms the allegations made by the employees. Edeka committed with the restructuring a "one-sided violation of the collective agreement". Apparently, the company deliberately plays with the fears of the future employees and put on a "slow grinding." He think it quite possible that it comes to the reversal of the sale. Is Karl-Erivan Haub now joining his former colleagues? In the Tengelmann headquarters, the letter had not yet arrived, a spokeswoman said. Therefore, the company would not comment on it. Edeka rejects the allegations "significantly".

 Even Edeka, the letter is officially not, says a spokesman. The allegations in the letter, however, the company "clearly back". "There is no violation of the terms of the ministerial permit. We continue to seek constructive discussions with the works council and abide by the agreed collective agreements, "the spokesperson emphasizes. There will be "no operational redundancies in the next five years". However, Edeka does not want to comment on the proceedings before the Labor Court. The Ministry of Economic Affairs wants to mediate The Federal Ministry of Economics is also trying to reach an agreement. The Ministry is already in contact with the works council in Nieder-Olm and Edeka. It was about "securing and modernizing the camp as permanently as possible over the period of the moratorium on the ministerial approval," a spokesman said. That should also be in the spirit of the employees. They would like to work more again in the future – and sleep less. Sonja Alvarez


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