October 02, 2014 3:37 AM ET


Company Overview of Fiat Auto Poland S A

Company Overview


Grazynskiego 141

Bielsko Biala,  43-300


Founded in 1992





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Fiat Auto Poland S A Key Developments

Fiat Auto Poland S A Reaches Agreement with the Trade Unions on Group Lay Offs in the Tychy Factory

Fiat Auto Poland S A management reached an agreement with the trade unions on the matter of group lay offs in the Tychy factory. By March 2013 the company will let go of 1,450 employees. The unions managed to save 50 jobs. All those laid off will receive severance pay equivalent to between 9 and 18 monthly salaries. People to be laid off will be selected based on work appraisal, but the company will take into consideration also the family situation and age of its employees. Regardless of the lay-offs the management decided to give each of its employees a PLN 1,900 holiday bonus.

Fiat Auto Poland Provides Proposals for Layoffs in Tychy Factory to Trade Unions

Fiat Auto Poland will reduce the number of people to be affected by the group layoffs in Tychy factory by 50. The remaining 1,450 employees, who will be laid off at the beginning of next year, will receive severance pay amounting to between 9 and 18 monthly salaries. Employees aged 56 or more will not be laid off. Sole providers, single parents, and people with four or more children will also be protected. The main criteria for the layoffs will be the annual evaluation. These are the proposals the management had made to the trade unions. They were accepted by six of the seven unions participating in the negotiations. The Solidarity trade union will make its decision by December 20, 2012. If it accepts them too, the agreement will be reached on December 20, 2012. Otherwise, after December 27, 2012 the employer may introduce an arbitrary layoff schedule based on the proposal made to the unions. Fiat justifies its plans to sack around a third of its workforce in Poland with the falling sales.

Fiat Plans to Cut About 1,500 Jobs at a Factory in Poland

Fiat plans to cut about 1,500 jobs at a factory in Poland due to falling demand for cars on the European market. The layoffs amount to nearly a third of the site's workforce of 5,000. The 'very negative situation' in the auto market is forcing the cuts at the factory in the southern Polish city of Tychy.

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