Mercedes workers get record bonus

Mercedes-Benz pays employees a special bonus of up to 7,300 euros, which is above the current maximum of 6,465 euros.

Around 93,000 eligible employees in Germany will receive the bonus together with their April 2023 salary.

“Together we have achieved a lot in 2022. Despite a challenging environment, our Mercedes-Benz team has taken another big step towards the successful transformation of our company. In recognition of this achievement, we have agreed with the general works council that we will pay a special bonus of EUR 7,300 this year. This sum is significantly higher than the previous maximum. With the highest profit-sharing in the company’s history, we would like to express our thanks for the extraordinary commitment and personal commitment of our colleagues,” said Sabine Kohleisen, Labor Director at Mercedes.

Since 1997 there has been a profit-sharing scheme for employees at Mercedes-Benz. Last year, eligible employees received a bonus payment of EUR 6,000.

Management and the works council have agreed on a new system for calculating the bonus from the 2023 financial year. The calculation logic for employees covered by collective agreements will be aligned with the existing system of administration.


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