Next week, the production of Fiat 500L in Kragujevac could be coming to an end, the Independent Trade Union of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) Serbia told the Beta news agency.
According to the trade union, Fiat employees could be granted a paid leave until the beginning of the collective summer holiday that lasts from July 29th to August 19th.
The union says the information on the collective summer holiday is officially confirmed, while the information about the paid leave is “unofficial” and there is just talk about it.
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The president of the Independent Trade Union in FCA Serbia, Zoran Markovic, said that the workers would work on Monday and Tuesday and that the workers produce 208 cars a day on average per shift, a total of 416.
He added that there was the possibility that next week employees would be informed about going on paid leave until the beginning of the collective summer vacation on July 29th.
Markovic recalled that the Government of Serbia approved the possibility of additional paid leave for the FCA workers by the end of this year, a total of 132 days.
Thus, the number of paid leave was increased by another 87, in addition to the 45 days stipulated by the law.
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