The continuation of the production of the 500L vehicle at the Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) Serbia plant, scheduled for this week, has been postponed to 14 June, the independent trade union told Beta news agency.
The production workers were sent on paid leave on 28 May and were supposed to return to work on Tuesday, 8 June. According to the union, the workers worked only 5 or 6 days in May.
The president of the FCA Independent Trade Union, Sasa Djordjevic, said that he was not informed by the director of the company in Kragujevac about the reasons for the 14 June extension.
According to him, in the next two weeks, another group of workers is expected to go to Fiat’s car factory in Slovakia for a year’s work, after voluntary registration. Djordjevic added that the union received no information from the management on how many workers will move to Slovakia.
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