FILE PHOTO: Hans Dieter Poetsch, Chairman of Volkswagen’s supervisory board, speaks during the Volkswagen Group prior to the annual general meeting held in Berlin, Germany, on May 3, 2018. REUTERS/Axel Schmidt
HAMBURG (Reuters) – Volkswagen’s (VOWG_p.DE employees welcomed the Chairman, Hans Dieter Poetsch, at a mass meeting of employees at its headquarters on Wednesday, according to a participant, as well as the staff appeared to be closing ranks behind the senior officers, three of whom have been charged.
German prosecutors have accused Poetsch, when the vehicle is in, the current Chief Executive, Herbert Diess, the former CEO, Martin Winterkorn, of the highest of the market-moving information, to set-up the emissions testing for four years, raising the prospect of more turmoil in the workplace, just as it is trying to reinvent itself as a champion of clean driving.
The VW supervisory board, was due to meet on Wednesday after the country.
The mass meeting with the employees of the company’s Germany based has been planned and is part of Volkswagen’s ordinary agenda, where meetings will usually be once every three months.
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Reporting by Jan Schwartz; Writing by Arno Schuetze; Editing by Kathrin Jones and Keith Weir