POMIGLIANO, June 23 (Reuters) - Fiat workers at a plant near Naples voted in favour of a plan to increase labour flexibility in return for 700 million euros in investment to keep the factory open, union officials said on Wednesday. Some 62 percent of the 4,642 workers who cast a vote backed Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne's proposal to make working shifts more flexible, restrict strikes and limit benefits such as sick days. However, with just over one-third of workers voting against the plan, ...
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