List 8, “MUT”, followed with 26.91 percent of the vote, giving them 11 seats. List 7, “ABS”, list 2, “Die Unabhängigen”, and list 10, “Pro Betriebsrat”, each will hold three seats on the works council. List 4, “TEAM”, will hold one seat. A total of 64.8 percent of nearly 11,000 SAP employees eligible to vote cast a valid vote. All elected members of the works council now have three working days to accept their mandate. Then, provisionally scheduled for the first week of July, the election committee will summon the members of the works council to a constitutive meeting. During this meeting, members of the works council will elect the works council chairperson.
Statement on Works Council Election