TAYSAD shared the results of the Coronavirus Impact Research with the public. This time in the fifth survey; The employment policies of the companies in the supply chain of the automotive sector, which provides employment of more than 200 thousand, have been scrutinized.
TAYSAD shared the results of the Coronavirus Impact Research with the public. This time in the fifth survey; The employment policies of the companies in the supply chain of the automotive sector, which provides employment of more than 200 thousand, have been examined. In this context, it was revealed that at least 30 percent turnover loss was predicted in July compared to the same period of the previous year, and 42 percent of the participants thought to protect their employment despite the estimated loss. In addition, it was determined that the Short Work Allowance process, which has a significant effect on companies' employment rates, is expected to be extended. Evaluating the results of the survey, TAYSAD President Alper Kanca said, “Our research tells us; It showed once again how important the extension of the Short Work Allowance is for the sector. We think that this application should be extended for a few more months in order to recover the industry faster. ”
The Vehicle Vehicle Supply Manufacturers Association (TAYSAD), which has taken the pulse of the automotive supplier industry with the surveys it has organized since the very first moments of the New Type Coronavirus (Covid-19) epidemic, shared the results of the Coronavirus Impact Survey conducted by the fifth. The survey, which took place with the participation of TAYSAD member companies, gave detailed information about the employment policies of the companies. According to the survey, it was revealed that at least 30 percent of turnover loss is expected in the sector and companies are planned to protect their employment despite the difficulties.
Overemployment rate on average 17 percent!
In the survey, the rates of companies benefiting from Short Work Allowance were mentioned. In this context; 57 percent of the participants benefited from short-time working allowance within the scope of white-collar and 67 percent blue-collar employees in June. The rate of benefiting from the short-time working allowance of these members reached 46 percent on average. Half of the participants announced that they think there will be more employment in the white collar employees in the next 3 months, while this ratio increased to 68 percent in the blue collar. Within the scope of the survey, it was revealed that the employment surplus ratio of the members was 17 percent on average.
Almost half of the participants will maintain their employment!
42 percent of the members announced that they are considering full salaries by employing all staff after the short-time working allowance has ended. While 36 percent of the participants emphasized that they plan to grant excessive leave for free leave, 29 percent pay for an annual leave by borrowing forward, and 15 percent indicate that they plan to take paid leave, while 5 percent said that all their staff will work but only partial salary will be paid.
Application in services will continue for 2 more months
According to the study, it was determined that 60 percent of the participants did not employ their personnel with chronic illnesses, 42 percent of the firms in question paid partial payments to their employees who were not employed for this reason, 30 percent used paid leave, and 28 percent used free leave. According to the survey; It was revealed that half of the participants continued to apply 50 percent occupancy rate in their personnel services. In addition, the said companies announced that they will continue this practice for another 2 months.
Short working allowance must be extended!
Production losses were also mentioned in the survey. In this context, it was revealed that almost half of the participants predicted that there will be a production loss of at least 30 percent in July compared to July of the previous year. Evaluating the results of the survey, TAYSAD President Alper Kanca said, “Our research tells us; It showed once again how important the extension of the Short Work Allowance is for the sector. Short-time working allowance affects policies regarding employment loss, which is among the most important problems of the sector. Although the sector is expected to lose at least 30 percent this month after the extension of the allowance, companies aim to maintain their employment rates. The companies are determined to protect their employees, although an increase in employment is expected in the next three months. We believe that the implementation should be extended for a few more months in order to keep this process permanent and the industry to recover faster. ”