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Inflation bonus planned for these Stellantis workers


Stellantis workers in France are set to get bonuses linked to the rising affect of inflation.

The one-time payments, according to Reuters, are price as much as about $1,343 (1,400 euros) based mostly on the trade fee Tuesday afternoon.

The funds have been confirmed by Stellantis spokeswoman Jodi Tinson.

More:Stellantis said it made $8 billion in profit in first half of 2022

French staff of the automaker, which owns the Jeep, Ram, Chrysler, Dodge and Fiat manufacturers in addition to Peugeot, Citroen and others around the globe, would get help based mostly on their salaries. About 60% would get the utmost, 20% would obtain $1,055 (1,100 euros) based mostly on the trade fee and the highest incomes 20% wouldn’t be eligible for help, based on Reuters, noting that the help would come with the “possibility to convert three days off for overtime into cash.”

Source: rssfeeds.freep.com


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