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Announcement of job cuts at SGRE:

2nd meeting of the European Works Council of Siemens Energy

  • 17.10.2022
  • International

On September 28th/29th, 2022, 26 delegates from 17 countries (Germany, Denmark, Spain, UK, Sweden, Austria, France, Hungary, Norway, Portugal, Czech Republic, Italy, Croatia, Netherlands, Poland, Romania and Bulgaria) met for the second meeting of the EWC of Siemens Energy in Vienna.


International Framework Agreement

Online meeting from Europe, Asia and the Americas

  • 25.08.2022
  • International

For the 10th anniversary of Siemens' International Framework Agreement, on July 26th/27th, 2022, an online meeting of employee representatives from Europe, Asian and American countries took place. It was divided in two parts due to the time differences between the participating countries.


1sdt face-to-face meeting with Mrs. Wiese as head of “People and Organisation”

Meeting of the Siemens Europe Committee in The Hague

  • 05.05.2022
  • International

On April 13th/14th 2022, the SEC delegates from Germany, Czech Republic, UK, Austria, France, Switzerland, Spain, Italy, Netherlands, Hungary, Belgium, Poland, Sweden, Norway, Finland, Ireland, Bulgaria, Greece and Croatia met for their annual meeting. The delegates from Portugal, Romania, Slovakia and Denmark were missing.


Founded on November 11th, 2014

Meeting of the Siemens Union Federation of Chile

  • 08.12.2021
  • International

On November 11th and 12th, 2021, the "Expanded Siemens Chile 2021 union meeting" was held in the city of Santiago de Chile, at IndustriAll Chile CONSTRAMET facilities, with the participation of representatives of Siemens unions from all over Chile grouped in the Siemens Chile Union Federation.

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Finally in presence again

Meeting of the Siemens Europe Committee

  • 11.11.2021
  • International

On October 5th/6th, 2021, 31 delegates from 20 countries* took part in a meeting of the Siemens Europe Committee (SEC) in Lisbon. One delegate from the Czech Republic, one from the UK, and the delegates from Hungary, Slovakia and Sweden were missing.


First meeting in Munich

European Works Council of Siemens Energy constituted

  • 30.09.2021
  • International

On September 22nd/23rd, 2021, the European Works Council of Siemens Energy had its constitutive meeting in Munich. 22 delegates from 13 countries (Germany, Spain, Denmark, Sweden, Austria, Hungary, Norway, Czech Republic, Portugal, Italy, Netherlands, Bulgaria and Romania) took part.


Siemens India:

Management refuses to pay arrears for delayed CBA

  • 05.05.2021
  • Allgemein, International

The Collective Bargain Agreement CBA of Kalwa Switchgear & Switchboard, Transformer, Nashik & Aurangabad is pending more than 28 months. Something is definitely wrong - the Indian colleagues appeal at IG Metall and Industriall Global Union to stand with them - and we do!


On the background of pandemic impact

Settlement in India

  • 17.03.2021
  • International

The Indian Siemens Workers Union has signed a Wage Settlement with the Company for the workmen of the Goa Verna locations. The Union has been formed in 2018 and raised the demands of wages and service conditions for the workforce in the Executive Technician Category.


Siemens Energy:

Reorganisation announced

  • 10.02.2021
  • International

On Tuesday, February 2nd, Siemens Energy CEO Christian Bruch announced the reduction of almost 7 700 jobs globally. The most concerned countries are Germany (about 3 000 jobs), the US (1 000 – 1 500 jobs) and France (several hundreds of jobs). In Germany, IG Metall critizises the plans and declares its solidarity with all concerned workers and their unions.


Meeting of the Siemens Europe Committee:

Leadership confirmed, first contact with new head of HR

  • 18.01.2021
  • International

On December 17th, 2020, the Siemens Europe Committee (SEC) had its first meeting of the new term of office. The meeting had to be held as online meeting due to the unchanged situation caused by the corona virus. 35 delegates from 22 countries took part in the meeting.