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Labour relations

Relations between Gamesa and its employees are regulated by the labour regulations prevailing in each country and the collective bargaining agreements entered into with the workers’ representatives, as warranted.

In Spain there are 36 works committees, which the company met with on 234 occasions in 2015; the company also holds round-table events to address their specific needs, such as the psychosocial risk assessment and training. Last year, management also sat down with the team negotiating the collective bargaining agreement for offce employees in Spain; this process is concluded in 2016.

It is worth highlighting the Global Labour Agreement signed by Gamesa in 2015 with its Spanish unions and IndustriALL Global Union - the first of its kind in the renewable energy sector. Application of this Agreement is underway with the aim of working towards implementation of good social, labour and environmental practices company-wide. The committee tasked with monitoring this agreement was set up in September 2015.

At the regional level, it is worth singling out the agreement signed with sector union SUTERM in Mexico, and the four remuneration agreements reached in Brazil. In the US, meanwhile, the company negotiated two collective bargaining agreements in 2015, one covering the Services warehouse staff in Fairless Hills and the other covering the centre in Ebensburg.

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