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March 5, 2021
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Employees and Dacia Mioveni management agreed on collective labour contract

Employees protest from Automobile Dacia Mioveni ended yesterday at around 16.00, after they have reached some agreement on the collective labour contract, as digi24.ro informs. Easter and Christmas bonuses will be maintained and overtime will be paid. Regarding wages, the management accepted an increase of 5 pc compared to 20 pc as originally the workers wanted. After union leaders announced agreements reached, workers entered the factory and the car production stopped for two days was resumed. Some employees of Automobile Dacia continued to protest yesterday, for the second day consecutively, after they went on strike also Wednesday morning as Nine O’Clock informed, against the management’s refusal to come with a point of view to their salary demands.

They will not be paid because they skipped work. Employees say that they are demanded to manufacture a car in just 40 seconds, but are not paid accordingly, and accused the management of refusing to receive them for negotiations and harshening work conditions, by increasing the number of blood alcohol tests and gate checks. In retort, Anca Oreviceanu, the chief communication officer of Dacia said that negotiations were conducted in presence of the representatives of employees.

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