Serbia - Fiat workers worried about paid leave - June 1, 2019

Workers of FIAT Chrysler Serbia (FCA) factory in Kragujevac got worried when they learnt from some media that the company management would ask ministry to consent to additional 95 days (besides the legally allowed 45) of paid leave. The trade union was not informed of this on forehand and states that workers are anxious because they have no clear knowledge of the factory’s future. Since the beginning of this year 30 non-working days have been used.

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