A subsidiary of the German concern Volkswagen, car manufacturer Porsche, announced its intention to give all its 25 thousand employees a premium of 9,700 euros for their “exceptional performance”. This amount will be accrued to the employee, regardless of the position, in addition to the April salary. Of this payment, 700 euros will be a special contribution to pension scheme. At the end of 2017, the amount additionally paid by Porsche to its employees was slightly lower and amounted to 9,656 euros. The company's report for 2018 showed an increase in operating profit by 4% to 4 billion 300 million euros. The number of vehicles delivered last year was 256 thousand 255, which is 4% more than in 2017.
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