Airbus has reportedly offered to secure jobs in Germany until the end of 2020 as management seeks to resume contract negotiations after a work stoppage Friday at four German plants, Bloomberg reported (ATW Daily News, Oct 7). Airbus employees at factories in Hamburg, Bremen, Buxtehude and Stade left work for several hours Friday and gathered for rallies. Labor union leaders called for the action to protest management demands for productivity increases. Workers and management have been ...

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