SEAT to sinecure 100 employees

Posted on 04. Dec, 2015 by in Volkswagen Canada


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• Daily prolongation levels need augmenting a workforce
• Martorell grows by 8.3% between Jan and Nov 2015
• SEAT has combined 350 workers this year, including 100 engineers

SEAT will sinecure 100 workers during a Martorell plant commencement on Jan 2016. The employees, who are now operative for a association by proxy chain agencies, will be combined to understanding with subsequent year’s daily prolongation needs. The new recruitments could arise to 160 by May, depending on developments in business activity.

SEAT will tighten 2015 with 350 new pursuit placements, including 100 engineers hired during a SEAT Technical Centre and 48 immature graduates of a company’s twin vocational training school.

SEAT Executive Vice-president for Human Resources Xavier Ros forked out that “the sales success enjoyed by a code given 2013 and a expansion of a Audi Q3 are glorious news for all a employees and are enabling us to beget some-more employment. In a final dual years we have hired 750 new employees and have combined around 3,000 jobs among a suppliers”.

SEAT will examination a remaining contracts on a monthly basement of crew hired by proxy chain agencies according to prolongation needs, a regulation used by a association exclusively as a coherence magnitude to accommodate a final of marketplace adjustments.

The Martorell plant is a trickery that produces a top volume of vehicles in Spain. From Jan to Nov this year, prolongation went adult by 8.3% and a sum of 450,415 vehicles were manufactured, 34,795 some-more than during a same duration final year. After 6 uninterrupted years of growth, prolongation in Martorell has reached a top levels given 2002.

Three models are now being made in Martorell – Ibiza (Line 1), Leon (Line 2) and Audi Q3 (Line 3). Line 1 has dual prolongation shifts, while Lines 2 and 3 any have three. Furthermore, 53 additional weekend shifts have been determined via 2015 to respond to a prolongation boost over a initial estimate.

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