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Audi Works council

Discuss, develop, determine. These are possibilities a strong works council has and makes use of. The works council actively contributes to shaping the future at Audi and is committed to the interests of all colleagues in the company. Active co-determination is the foundation of Audi’s lasting success. The basis for this is the election of the works council, which is established in law. It enables employees to elect a work council they trust.

Recent press releases

  • 01/14/22
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    Audi Supervisory Board: Changes to members representing employees

    Two longtime employee representatives, Rolf Klotz and Helmut Späth, officially retired on December 31, 2021, and therefore also resigned from their positions on Audi’s Supervisory Board. Their successors have already joined the board and taken up their new duties.
  • 12/17/21
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    Vehicle presentation thanks to Audi staff donations: Audi Q2 for first responders in Schrobenhausen

    Every year at Christmastime, the Audi Works Council calls on the staff to participate in the traditional Christmas donation. This year, 99.7 percent of Audi’s Ingolstadt employees participated, as did the company itself. In all, €720,000 are now going to 108 charitable and social institutions, organizations, and associations in the region – either in the form of cash or as vehicle donations. The 16 vehicle donations from the staff donation include the Audi Q2 for the first responders at Bavarian Red Cross in Schrobenhausen.
  • 12/15/21
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    Christmas donation: Audi’s staff is donating €720,000 to regional organizations

    For the 45th time, the Audi Works Council called on the staff to participate in the traditional Christmas donation. A proud 99.7 percent of Audi’s Ingolstadt employees heeded the call and donated a total of €520,000 to charity and social institutions, organizations, and associations in the region. Like every year, the company also participated with a contribution to the Christmas donation, increasing the amount to €720,000.

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