Luxembourg - Agreement at ArcelorMittal - January 01, 2017

After several rounds of bilateral negotiation between trade unions and steel manufacturing giant ArcelorMittal, the government had initiated a tripartite meeting to find a way out. Solutions have been found with regards to the early retirement plan as well as the provision for occupational rehabilitation which the ArcelorMittal wanted to dispense with. Both the unions and the company agreed on the topic of investments.

French: http://www.lessentiel.lu/fr/luxembourg/story/Des-embauches-esperees …  

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