The number of employees of "AVTOVAZ" in the next two years will be reduced by approximately 20 percent. This was announced at a meeting on enterprise development the Plenipotentiary of Russian President in Volga Federal district Mikhail Babich, reports TASS.
"According to AVTOVAZ, six thousand people this year and another 2.2 thousand people in 2018," he said.
Babich added that those who will get under reduction, should "obtain all required payments, new professions, new well-paid jobs." "All activities of the administration of the enterprise must comply in order not to create social tension," he added. The envoy also drew attention to the fact that the automotive industry is always one of the first to feel the crisis.
In early June, the President of "AVTOVAZ" Nicolas Moore reported that by the end of this year the company can leave about two thousand people. The press service of the automaker specified, that massive layoffs are not expected. "People are asked to transfer to work in the industrial Park, which is part of the enterprise or to other partners, such as suppliers of components," — said the official representative of the company Sergey Ilinsky. He stressed that the plan of staff reduction enterprise for 2017 involves the dismissal of 740 people.
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