Austria - Swarovski plans transfer of production - May 31, 2016

Workers at different departments of jewellery producer and retailer Swarovski are worried about planned outsourcing. The company speaks about an optimisation project that will lead to a transfer of administrative jobs to Eastern European countries and layoffs within the group. In the outsourcing plans several IT-jobs and personal and financial administrative functions are involved. So far, the workers’ representatives have not been fully informed about the operation.


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