Trnava car plant Stellantis (formerly PSA) is still without Collective Agreement
Trnava car plant Stellantis (formerly PSA) is still without a Collective Agreement despite seven months of talks. The previous Agreement expired at the end of 2020. The plant has not been allocated a new car model and the absence of such an Agreement handicaps it in a race against other Peugeot, Citröen, Opel and Fiat plants. “Wining new investments is conditional on keeping the plant competitive,“ says the plant’s management. It proposed zero wage growth for 2021-22 and a €20 hike in monthly wages in 2023-24. Labor unions are demanding a €70 wage hike each year.