VW says still aims for 35-hour week


FRANKFURT, Sept 29 (Reuters) - Carmaker Volkswagen still aims for its staff to return to a 35-hour, five-day working week, it said on Friday after reaching a compromise with trade union IG Metall on key points of a restructuring plan. Earlier, IG Metall said the parties had agreed on a flexible working week of between 25 and 33 hours, compared with an average of 28.8 hours currently. Volkswagen said it was confident of a return to normal working hours, as long as capacity was used more ...

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