Slovakia - Job losses at US Steel - March 31, 2016

The Kosice-based company U.S. Steel will cut more than 20 jobs in administration and management due to the prevailing situation on the steel market. In addition to the abolished 20 jobs, a further 85 employees will voluntarily leave U.S. Steel in the course of 2016, partly based on a voluntary programme for early retirement. They will receive a severance payment for 10 months, amounting to some €19,000.

English: http://spectator.sme.sk/c/20125095/steelmaker-in-kosice-cuts-jobs.html  

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