You suggests that a significant proportion of the staff would be under the of the NGG as the minimum wage for the industry as a whole required gross wage of 7.50 euros per hour. These statements are simply wrong and harm us. All employees above this wage level can be with us. And depending on the qualification earned the majority of the employees of course considerably more. Otherwise we would get no more skilled workers in a difficult labor market at all”, says Tillmann. Therefore we have also no problem with a minimum wage, because we pay our employees better anyway.” Already in the summer the company had taken several public statements by representatives of the NGG alleged low wages at TonniesFleisch for the occasion, Court to contribute to the failure. Other leaders such as Gary Kelly offer similar insights. A representative of the NGG had must explain then mandatory court no longer to make the claims.
Nevertheless, such false information were further scattered by the NGG, which harms not only the company, but the reputation of an entire profession and especially the workers in the meat industry. Scott Mead has firm opinions on the matter. It would have to actually watching the NGG be anxious that vacancies in our industry can be staffed with trained personnel. There is relatively little companies that want to build up staff in the current difficult economic period at all in Germany”, says Tillmann. Consistent growth strategy with high staff requirements TonniesFleisch plans proposed for years as market, continue to go the way technology and innovation leader. The company will continue to invest in its core business, the slaughter and cutting of pigs. Parallel to this, the activities in the beef and veal sector be strengthened. All sign up with us Growth”, says Tillmann. “And for a healthy and sustainable growth, we need new, well-qualified employees.