Serbia - Union wants new agreement with Fiat - April 30, 2018

After the prime minister declared that Italian car company Fiat will not leave the location of Kragujevac the Fiat employees expect the state to become more involved in their rights. Both trade union and the employees expect the government and FIAT to reach a new agreement as soon as possible, put it on paper and sign it. Main concern is the security of fixed contract hours. The last seven months workers have been complaining about a certain number of non-working days or paid leave which had a negative impact on their earnings.

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