Fiat to axe 19 to comply with order to re-hire sacked staff


MILAN, Oct 31 (Reuters) - Italian carmaker Fiat will lay off 19 workers at its factory near Naples after a recent court ruling ordered it to rehire 19 workers it had dismissed. A Rome appeals court ruled on Oct. 19 that the company must take back 19 employees who were members of the FIOM union and had filed a complaint about alleged discrimination. In a statement, Fiat said that falling demand for cars in Italy and across Europe meant that the workforce at ...

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