Nothing is so good that it cannot be improved.
The Works Council has always striven to see itself as the "advocate" for all or for an individual colleague.
A workforce needs committed people who articulate the interests of employees and who do not forget all the constraints and requirements of the people in the day-to-day operations of the company.
The fulfillment of this task includes the following conditions:
- the willingness to learn new things
- to be willing to compromise wherever possible
- but to also be ready (if unavoidable) to enter into conflict.
The Works Council's objective is to do the right thing at the right time.
To this end, the support of the employees is the greatest aid to good Works Council performance.
The selected Disabled Staff Representative of the DGW supports the inclusion of disabled persons into the company and represents their interest. Their first priority is to monitor compliance with laws in favor of disabled persons.