STOCKHOLM (Reuters) – Truckmaker AB Volvo (ST:) said on Friday it would put all its 20,000 staff in Sweden on short-term temporary lay off-scheme starting next week as it plans to close it’s whole production system in the country.
“We have reached a frame agreement with the Swedish unions about short-term temporary lay offs of all employees in Sweden starting next week,” a spokesman said.
“The exact details will be decided in local agreements. There will be exceptions, with key functions and so on.”
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