FRANKFURT (Reuters) – Volkswagen CEO Herbert Diess has developed the right strategy for Europe’s largest carmaker but he must deliver results now in implementing it, labour boss Daniela Cavallo told a newspaper.
“And we do notice that implementation in certain areas is not without friction across brands,” she told Handelsblatt. “But if it’s a company with various brands it’s the management board’s duty to make sure that the brands cooperate more effectively.”
Her comments come after a long-standing conflict between Diess and labour representatives over the pace of reform at the world’s second-largest carmaker escalated this week, with a special committee expected to discuss the CEO’s future at the firm.
(Reporting by Christoph Steitz)
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