Workers at Volkswagen AG’s Puebla, Mexico, manufacturing plant are weighing a 4-day workweek to save 2,000 jobs at the facility. VW previously said it would need to eliminate 2,000 jobs and reduce output 23% at Puebla due to slumping export sales of the models produced there. (See related story: VW Cutting Output, May Cut Jobs, in Mexico) Negotiations between VW management and the union representing 9,899 workers at the plant reportedly are under way. The 4-day workweek would mean a 20% ...
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