Serbia -Fiat factory schedules temporary shut downs -September 09, 2014

Workers at the Fiat factory in Kragujevac have had three non-working days early September and are expected to have more non-working days as the company plans to temporarily close its factory to adjust to lower demand.

Workers at the Fiat factory in Kragujevac have had three non-working days early September and are expected to have more non-working days as the company plans to temporarily close its factory to adjust to lower demand. During the down times, the workers receive only 65% of their regular wages. Fiat has said that it is forced to resort to short-term suspensions of production in order to ensure that the factory remains open and that no jobs are lost.

English: http://inserbia.info/today/2014/09/serbia-fiat-temporary-closes-factory/

 

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