Slovenia -Automotive workers dismissed -October 01, 2015

Revoz, the subsidiary of the French carmaker Renault, will lay off some 150 workers, mainly temporary workers, due to the lower than expected demand for the Renault Twingo and Smart Forfour models. The company hired more than 1,000 workers in the initial phase of the project. After launching two shifts and a half in December 2014, the company returned to two-shift production in late February when some 450 agency workers lost their jobs.


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