Of EDPR 822 employees at the end of 2010, 19% were covered by collective bargaining agreements.

Generally, collective bargaining agreements apply to all employees working under an employment relationship with and for the account of the respective companies, regardless of the type of contract, the professional group into which they are classified, their occupation or job. However, matters relating to the corporate organization itself, the laws of each country or even usage and custom in each country result in certain groups being expressly excluded from the scope of collective bargaining agreements.

Per country case law, EDPR may have a minimum period which the Company must comply with for giving formal notice of organizational changes at the companies in the Group with impact on employees. However, it is customary to communicate significant events to the affected groups in advance.

In 2010, as an employer in the united States, EDPR complies with the Worker adjustment and retraining notification (Warn) act Guide to advance notice of Closings and layoffs. employees who have worked more than six months for more than 20 hours a week are required to receive 60 days notice in the event of closings and layoffs.

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