Slovakia - PSA introduces fourth working shift - June 30, 2016

The plant of carmaker PSA Peugeot Citroën in Trnava is going to implement a unique weekend shift to produce the new car model. The weekend shift will bring jobs for 570 production operators, 170 skilled maintenance workers, administrators of equipment and car repairers, 46 team leaders and 8 managers. Their salary will range from 70 to 80 percent of the income in a three-shift system. About 500 employees will work 9.5 hours on Saturday morning or afternoon and on Sunday night and others will work 10 hours from Friday to Sunday. The company managers see the introduction of a new shift as a job opportunity for students or those people who cannot work during the week due to family issues.

English: http://spectator.sme.sk/c/20199178/psa-introduces-fourth-working-shift.html

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