Domenica, 23 Settembre 2018

Rome court rejects Fiat Pomigliano lay-offs appeal


Pomigliano d'Arco (Naples), May 6 - A Rome court
on Tuesday rejected a second appeal by the left-wing Italian
metalworkers' union FIOM against a decision by automaker Fiat
to fire 19 employees at its Pomigliano d'Arco plant near Naples
in order to comply with a court order to hire 19 of its members.
Fabbrica Italia Pomigliano, the corporate entity that runs
Fiat's Neapolitan plant, announced the decision last October.
FIOM's first appeal was turned down in January.
Fiat has been going through a period of tumultuous labour
relations as it tries to restructure its operations in Italy,
its largest market.
The group did not take on any FIOM members when it set up
the Fabbrica Italia Pomigliano factory in 2010 after a dispute
with the union over the policies it wanted to implement there.
FIOM successfully sued for unfair discrimination and in
October 2012 a Rome court ordered the workers to be hired.
Pomigliano is where Fiat builds the newest version of its
Panda sub-compact, which was previously produced in Poland.

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