The worrying evolution of employment in [France's] automotive industry (2019/09/01)

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Toyota announced on August 28 that it would recruit 500 people at its Onnaing site. These new recruits will increase the workforce to 4,500 employees and correspond to the €300 million investment announced at the beginning of 2018 to increase the site's production capacity to 300,000 vehicles per year. Management indicates that the number of employees has increased from 2,938 in January 2018 to 3,150 today, with a target of 3,600 by the end of 2020.
We can deduce that the number of fixed-term and temporary employees is 850 and will be 900 by the end of 2020. Quite the opposite, in April at PSA's Mulhouse site, we learned that about a thousand jobs, mainly temporary jobs, would be cut by the end of 2019, due to the shutdown of the small SUV Peugeot 2008 production at the site, which in mid-October will result in the termination of the night shift employing 960 people.
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L’inquiétante évolution de l’emploi dans l’industrie automobile [française]

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Toyota a annoncé le 28 août qu’elle allait recruter 500 personnes sur son site d’Onnaing. Ces nouvelles recrues viendront porter les effectifs à 4 500 employés et correspondent à l’investissement de 300 millions d’euros annoncé début 2018 pour porter les capacités de production du site à 300 000 véhicules par an. La direction indique que les effectifs sont passés de 2 938 CDI en janvier 2018 à 3 150 aujourd’hui, avec un objectif à 3 600 d’ici fin 2020.
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