Serbia - Fiat Serbia strikes - June 30, 2017

Workers at a Fiat plant in the town of Kragujevac are staging a work stoppage while remaining in their workplaces. Two one-hour warning strikes were held. Workers demanded an increase in the base wage from RSD 38,000 to 45,000 (approximately 315 to 370 euro), a reorganisation of production or hiring of new workers to reduce the load on workers who are now performing several operations or, in addition to their own, doing the work of others who are on sick or maternity leave.

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