Where there is much light, there is also much shadow. Frank meixner from the church service in the world of work (kda) of the evangelical lutheran church in bavaria sees this keyword confirmed at the rosler company as well. The lack of a works council, for example, which brought negative headlines to the uniwell company in ebern last year, cast a less favorable light on the glittering balance sheet of the ground-slip technology company.
The company in memmelsdorf (municipality of untermerzbach) and hausen (bad staffelstein) had made headlines these days with a record-breaking announcement. The most successful business year in the company's history ends with sales of 230 million euros; the employees receive a bonus payment.
Bonuses unequally distributed
Meixner, who works as a pastor for the companies in the evangelical church district of bayreuth, finds it commendable "that employees share in the profits", and yet the social secretary discovers a crucial fly in the ointment. The payments were simply "made out of thin air". A percentage share in profits "particularly favors those who already earn more". A uniform amount, on the other hand, had benefited low earners in particular.