SAO PAULO Nov 28 Brazilian planemaker Embraer
SA on Monday said unions at most of its operations in
Brazil had signed collective bargaining agreements, however a
metalworkers union at its biggest factory had held off on
formalizing the deal.
Embraer said unions in Botucatu, Gavião Peixoto, São Paulo,
Sorocaba and Taubaté had agreed to the deal granting a one-time
fixed bonus of 4,000 reais ($1,175) per worker and a 5 percent
salary raise starting in January 2017. The company said workers
in São José dos Campos, where it makes commercial jets, have
approved terms of the deal but the union has not yet signed.
($1 = 3.40 reais)
(Reporting by Brad Haynes; Writing by Bruno Federowski)