01 March 2012 15:32 [Source: ICIS news]
LONDON (ICIS)--Bayer will pay its workers an extra €600m ($800m) under a profit sharing scheme following its strong 2011 results, the Germany-based chemicals and pharmaceuticals major said on Thursday.
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Workers will be paid the extra money together with their April wages, the company said.
The size of the individual payout would be determined on the basis of a number of performance criteria, the company said.
Bayer added that in
Bayer employs about 111,800 people worldwide, according to information on its website.
The company employs a staff of 53,600 in Europe, of which 35,800 work in
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