MADRID – SEAT SA CEO James Muir appears to have won his first confrontation with the auto maker’s three major labor unions, as they agree to worker layoffs. The unions initially rejected a measure to lay off 330 employees, many of them underperforming managers and supervisors, insisting it contradicted an earlier agreement to maintain employment as part of the plan to produce the Audi Q3 at the Martorell plant. The unions radicalized their posture after Muir decided not to attend a ...
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