Duisburg / Mulheim.
Siemens Energy is cutting slightly fewer jobs than planned in the Ruhr area. IG Metal says the conversation was unusually difficult.
Siemens Energy There will be fewer job cuts in Germany than initially announced. As it became known from conversation circles on Wednesday, now should less than 2,600 jobs To be far away. Originally, the number for job cuts in Germany was given between 2,900 and 3,000. Siemens Energy confirmed that an agreement had been reached with the employee side, but did not provide any details.
It was also told from the interacting circles that especially those places, where most of the downsizing was supposed to take place, now benefits the most from the reduction. It’s about in detail mulheim on the Ruhr, Duesburg, Berlin, Erlangen and Görlitz.
The measure aims to “secure Germany’s competitiveness as a place”.
Siemens Energy said the agreement is in the best interest of the company and its employees. measures are appropriate, “the Competition Location of Germany”. Siemens Energy has recently made significant Loss written record.
Hagen Reimer, company representative IG Metal Said to Siemens Energytalks were “extraordinarily difficult”. “In our estimation, this was due, among other things, to the fact that the Company’s side unwilling to compromise He views the agreement that has now been reached with mixed feelings. Implementation by 2025 achieved”. (DPA)
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