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BME EMPLOYEES

Corporate Social Responsibility Report 2014

BME

Salary policy

Salaries of BME employees are established using the

salary table provided in the statutory collective labour

agreement, which applies to 88.17% of personnel.

For the remaining group employees, the harmonised

salary tables set out in the respective collective agree-

ments are used.

At BME there are no differences in salary between

male and female employees. Any differences that do

occur are the result of the variation in professional

categories, based on different levels of responsibility.

Both the collective labour agreement and the salary

table contained therein preclude any gender, race or

other bias in determining salaries.

Job category

(1)

Annual Base

Salary 2012

(2)

Annual Base

Salary 2013

(3)

Annual Base

Salary 2014

(4)

A

33,729.03

33,830.22

33,830.22

B1

32,885.80

32,984.46

32,984.46

B2

32,042.58

32,138.71

32,138.71

B3

31,199.35

31,292.95

31,292.95

B4

30,356.12

30,447.19

30,447.19

C1

29,512.89

29,601.43

29,601.43

C2

28,669.68

28,755.69

28,755.69

C3

27,826.45

27,909.93

27,909.93

C4

26,983.22

27,064.17

27,064.17

D1

26,140.00

26,218.42

26,218.42

D2

24,453.54

24,526.90

24,526.90

D3

18,550.97

18,606.62

18,606.62

D4

16,864.52

16,915.11

16,915.11

E1

15,178.06

15,223.59

15,223.59

E2

13,491.61

13,532.08

13,532.08

E3

11,805.16

11,840.58

11,840.58

E4

10,118.71

10,149.07

10,149.07

(1)

Job categories:

Group A:

Senior management.

Group B:

Employees who coordinate, supervise and

evaluate a team’s programmed activities, with

responsibility for the group’s performance in

the area of their remit.

Group C:

Employees whose positions require the

execution of complex and varied tasks with

defined overall goals and a high degree of

self-starting, initiative and responsibility within

their organisational department.

Group D:

Employees whose jobs demand effective

execution of procedures and who must follow

detailed and constant working instructions

for the purpose of providing support to the

company’s business areas and units.

Group E:

Employees who at an operational level

provide support and auxiliary services to other

positions and who must be capable of carrying

out specific activities in terms of purpose and

content.

(2)

The 2012 Annual Base Salary amounts have been

adjusted to include the 2% wage increase intro-

duced in 2012.

(3)

The 2013 Annual Base Salary amounts have been

adjusted to include the 3% wage increase laid down

in the 2013 collective labour agreement.

(4)

The 2014 Annual Base Salary will be updated

based on the procedure laid down in the statutory

collective labour agreement, in which the CPI is

considered as one more factor in which the main

reference will be the year-on-year change in the

company’s EBITDA.

Furthermore, the base salaries mentioned above

are enhanced with a series of remuneration items,

all of which are regulated by the statutory collective

agreement.

Meanwhile, each employee’s compensation is

increased in accordance with the level of responsi-

bility of the position, job performance and whether

the employee meets targets.