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According to reports, Volkswagen has recently initiated a new austerity plan, focusing on mass layoffs through voluntary departures and expanding partial retirements, which will begin from April 29. Internal sources indicate there is no fixed target for the number of employees to be laid off. Instead, the company is focusing on costs and aims to contribute 4 billion euros to profits this year.

It is noteworthy that Volkswagen is implementing a severance pay plan. Depending on the length of service and collective agreements, the minimum severance pay is 17,700 euros, applicable to all those who have worked for more than 5 years. The maximum severance pay is 404,700 euros, applicable to all those who have worked for at least 20 years and are in the highest labor and management level “Tarif Plus.”

In addition, any employee who decides to terminate the agreement in the first phase (the so-called Turbo phase, by May 31) will receive a special bonus of 50,000 euros in addition to normal severance pay. However, this Turbo bonus is based on the principle of mutual consent, meaning both the company and the employee must agree to the departure, and it applies only to administrative areas aimed at reducing labor costs.

Source: WeChat Official Account—马里亚纳锂电

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