Mercoledì, 17 Ottobre 2018

Fiat to contest Pomigliano ruling in Supreme Court


Pollenzo (Cuneo), October 19 - Italian automaker
Fiat on Friday suggested that it would be taking legal action
against an appeals court ruling ordering laid-off workers to be
The company said in a statement that it reserved the right
"to every kind of legal initiative in opposition (to the
ruling), including making an appeal to the Supreme Court of
Cassation," Italy's highest court.
The statement came after the Rome Court of Appeals on
Friday overturned an appeal lodged by Fiat against a ruling by a
lower court that 145 workers laid off from a Fiat factory in
Pomigliano D'Arco near Naples should be rehired.
The laid-off employees are all members of the Italian metal
workers' union FIOM, which has been locked in a battle with the
car manufacturer over factory-specific policies implemented at
Pomigliano that it says are in violation of the Italian
On Friday Fiat also said that the number of workers
currently employed at the Pomigliano factory is more than
adequate, adding that it has already had recourse to temporary
layoffs for a total of 20 working days in the last few months
due to the poor performance of the European auto market.

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