Peugeot eyes plan to cut workweek PARIS — Peugeot SA details a plan that would shorten its employees' workweek without cutting wages. Employees would work 35 hours a week with some shifts running longer and others running shorter. The company hopes to reduce its staff by 12,500 people over the next five years. Younger workers would replace 30%, or 8,500 people, of those retiring. Peugeot was in negotiations with its unions for four months before settling on the plan. Some unions have ...
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