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Czech Republic: Skoda union turns down 2.5% wage hike

Trade unionists at Skoda have rejected a 2.5% wage rise proposed by the management, claiming it was just above estimated inflation. It is likely workers will not sign an agreement under which the Czech OEM wants to introduce extra shifts at its factory in Mladá Boleslav. Head of the company’s It’s time to log in … Continued

Trade unionists at Skoda have rejected a 2.5% wage rise proposed by the management, claiming it was just above estimated inflation. It is likely workers will not sign an agreement under which the Czech OEM wants to introduce extra shifts at its factory in Mladá Boleslav. Head of the company’s

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