Novo Nordisk Korea faces potential strike as employees protest failed salary talks

The firm’s employees in South Korea have asked for a raise, but gathered in protest in front of Seoul headquarters following a breakdown in negotiations, reports Endpoints News.

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As inflation skyrockets, workers from across the globe face decreasing real wages if salary raises fail to match inflation rates. This is also true in South Korea, where Novo Nordisk employees have taken to other measures.

100 unionized employees at Novo Nordisk Korea reportedly gathered in front of the pharmaceutical firm’s headquarters in Seoul last week due to failed salary talks between negotiating representatives, writes media Endpoints News based on information obtained by Korea Biomedical Review.

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