Volkswagen AG’s SEAT SA subsidiary is facing off against members of the Union General de Trabajadores (UGT) at its Catalonia, Spain, plant. The plant assembles several SEAT models, including the Ibiza. The auto maker wants to cut 415 out of 15,000 jobs at the plant, which has prompted workers there to strike. The union is requesting an 80% increase in pay for those who work weekend shifts and holidays. The union also wants pay hikes to be linked to inflation. The company is refusing ...
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