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160316 EN Presentation B. Wojnar Annual Press Conference SKODA AUTO 2016

160316 EN Presentation B. Wojnar Annual Press Conference SKODA AUTO 2016

BOHDAN WOJNAR
BOARD MEMBER FOR HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT
Company Success Creates Record Employment
ŠKODA AUTO increased its permanent staff by almost 1,000
employees in the Czech Republic in 2015.
The company provides education to 2,000 young people and has
significant projects in the field of social responsibility.
The high level of staff loyalty is reflected in the low attrition rate
of 5% per annum (Ø sector: 12%).
The ŠKODA AUTO Group provides over 28,500 jobs worldwide.
120 Years of ŠKODA – Tradition, Appeal and Celebration of Our Shared Success
Employer’s appeal surveys: Stable in the top positions
1st place
1st place
The Performance of the Company and Staff Has a Positive Effect on Remuneration

The average wage of ŠKODA AUTO employees has increased since
2010 by approx. 30%.
Employee flexibility, high-quality work and commitment are the
basic pillars of the brands competitiveness.
The total value of bonus in 2015 reached on average
over 61,500 CZK.
There is an increase of bonus for tariff employees expected in 2016.
Efficient improvement scheme, with almost 29,000 improvement
ideas filed in 2015.
2016 Is Marked by Significant Growth of the Kvasiny Plant
Significant growth in employment rate: jobs for 2,000 people in 2016.
Increasing the employees‘ competences and qualifications.
Very attractive conditions for permanent staff and agency
workers.
Increasing the Employment Rate Requires Ongoing Support from the State
Supporting the mobility of the workforce, enabling permanent
relocation, employment of foreigners in selected professions.
Further improvement of interregional cooperation of labor offices
during recruiting.
Public industrial zone, investments into transport infrastructure
and necessary development of surrounding municipalities
(education system, healthcare etc.).
The Industry Is Facing Extensive Changes
„65 percent of today‘s students will
have jobs which don‘t exist yet
today“
U.S. Department of Labor Report
„Quick changes in employment as
casual for Millennials: Ways how to
prevent a nightmare for personnel
officers“
Jeanne Meister, Partner with Future Workplace
for Forbes 8/2012
Digitalisation
Industry 4.0
Internet of
things
Growth centres
(Eastern
hemisphere)
Environment
New competition
with new
business models
New
technologies
and
innovations
Customer
behaviour
Electrification
Essential Task for the Future: Preparation for the Changing World of Work
Modernization and reconstruction of the Vocational School ŠKODA AUTO
Infrastructure for modern education
Investments carried out to date: 135 mil. CZK
New technologies
3D printing
CNC Centre
Robotics laboratory
Laboratory for alternative fuels
Adult education
New methods of education
Virtual classrooms
Simulations
3D glasses
Blended Learning
We Grow Together with Our Employees

We create new highly qualified and well-paid jobs.
We are aware of our social responsibility and we implement
numerous charitable projects.
We cooperate with our social partner – the Trade Union KOVO.
We prepare employees and the company as a whole for future
challenges. We create an open and innovative company culture.
Thank you.
Disclaimer
This presentation contains predictions and information on the ŠKODA brand’s
business development. These statements may be spoken or written and can be
recognised by terms such as ‘expects’, ‘anticipates’, ‘intends’, ‘plans’, ‘believes’,
‘seeks’, ‘estimates’, ‘will’ or words with similar meaning. These statements are based
on assumptions relating to the development of individual countries’ economies, and
in particular within the automotive industry, which we have made based on the
information available to us and which we consider to be realistic at the time of going
to press. The estimates given involve a degree of risk, and the actual developments
may differ from those forecasted.

Consequently, any unexpected drop in demand or economic stagnation in our key
sales markets, such as in Western Europe (and especially Germany) or China, will have
a corresponding impact on the development of our business. The same applies in the
event of a significant shift in current exchange rates relative to the EURO, US dollar,
pound sterling, Chinese renminbi.

If any of these or other risks materialise, or if the assumptions underlying any of
these statements prove to be incorrect, the actual results may differ significantly
from those expressed or implied by such statements.

We do not update predictions retrospectively. Such statements are valid on the date
of publication and can be superseded.

BOHDAN WOJNAR
Company Success Creates Record Employment
120 Years of ŠKODA – Tradition, Appeal and Celebration of Our Shared Success
The Performance of the Company and Staff Has a Positive Effect on Remuneration
2016 Is Marked by Significant Growth of the Kvasiny Plant
Increasing the Employment Rate Requires Ongoing Support from the State
The Industry Is Facing Extensive Changes
Essential Task for the Future: Preparation for the Changing World of Work
We Grow Together with Our Employees�
Thank you.
Disclaimer