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Half-year figures NN

The employer NN published attractive half-year figures on 12 August 2021. We are approached by many members, by telephone, e-mail or via the app. Members who want to know what these half-year figures mean for the position of De Unie in collective bargaining.

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The position of De Unie has been clear since the start of the collective labor agreement negotiations. NN is a profitable company. The employees who make these profits possible should also be rewarded for their efforts that made these results possible. We have not abandoned this position throughout the frustrating period of protracted consultation. The half-year figures support our position.

Further analysis

It is also important to examine how the half-year figures are received on the stock exchange. And how NN's competition is developing.

The share price of NN is developing positively, the analysts are giving (slightly) positive advice. They therefore expect NN Group's share price to continue to develop positively. The analysts are more positive about NN than they are about the Dutch competition. Everything indicates that 2021 will be a successful year. Where, according to De Unieemployees should also be rewarded for it.

Collective bargaining agreement

The collective labor agreement consultations will be continued on September 7, 2021. Purpose of De Unie remains unchanged, a collective labor agreement that will take effect on January 1, 2021, with a collective structural salary increase that does justice to the efforts of the employees.

The term of this collective labor agreement will in any case be longer than one year, which means that we will also have to make a pension agreement, the current pension scheme will expire on December 31, 2021. A joint pension working group has now been set up to discuss this part of the negotiations. is going to prepare.

The social plan also expires on December 31, 2021. No consultation has yet started on this important topic for many employees.


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