Belgium - Social dispute at Ford Lommel - April 30, 2017

Workers at the Ford plant in Lommel prepare actions after a growing discontent with job descriptions. Part of the Lommel workers came over from the closed Genk plant. Trade unions representatives and experts have examined the job descriptions and formulated suggestions to the management. However, the Ford management so far has neglected the advice. The problems are related to the unequal pay conditions and the scaling. The unions have the impression that the refusal comes from the international Ford management.


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