Stellantis Reaches Agreement for 1,520 Workers to Voluntarily Exit

Stellantis and Metalworking Unions Agree on Voluntary Departures of 1,520 Workers from Mirafiori in Turin

Stellantis, a major automotive manufacturer, has reached an agreement with Turin’s metalworking unions to allow for the voluntary and incentivized departure of 1,520 workers from across 21 group companies in the area. These departures represent a significant portion of the company’s total employee pool of approximately 12,000 workers.

According to Luigi Paone, general secretary of Uilm Turin, the requested number of departures is high and indicates a worsening situation. He emphasized the urgency of expediting discussions with Stellantis and institutions to develop a concrete revitalization plan for Mirafiori.

Of the 1,520 workers set to leave, 733 will be leaving from central structures, including both employees and managers. Additionally, 300 departures will come from the Mirafiori body shops. This high number of departures underscores the severity of the situation facing Stellantis in Turin and highlights the need for immediate action to address the challenges being faced by the company and its employees in the region.

Discussions and planning for a revival of operations at Mirafiori are crucial to ensuring the long-term sustainability and success of Stellantis in the area. It is imperative that all stakeholders work together to find solutions that benefit both employees and management alike.

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