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About 5,500 miners might be on short-time working scheme till 2013
18.02.2011, 18:08 | HR Careers Education | 709 views

About 5,500 employees, of the 19,000 ones working with the power stations in Craiova, Rovinari and Turceni (southern Romania) as well as with the National Company of Lignite Oltenia (SNLO) might be on a short-time working scheme in the next two years for 24 months, said Ion Pisc, vice-president of the National Trade Union Bloc, at the end of the meeting with the representatives of the Ministry of Labour, Family and Social Protection.

‘At present the companies in Oltenia [southern Romania], namely SNLO, the power stations undergo an approved restructuring process, which entails staff cuts under the following conditions: people who will have to be on a short-time working scheme for a span of time. In keeping with what has been agreed on, 24 months, taking into account the fact that this way the costs of the companies in question will be cut,’ said Ion Pisc.

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