Hungary -Hungarian unions fight to protect jobs at EDF subsidiary BERT -April 11, 2012

French multinational company EDF has announced a 15% reduction in staff in its Hungarian subsidiary BERT. Trade Union CGT-FNME has announced it will fight against the lay-offs, which come in the context of a 3 billion euro profit for EDF globally, and active recruitment of new personnel in other parts of the company.

English: http://www.epsu.org/a/8608

 

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