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    Saab Automobile to rehire laid-off employees according to TTELA. Saab to rehire laid-off workers Swedish carmaker Saab Automobile has said it will rehire 187 people laid off last April, following negotiations with unions. The company…..will draw the recruits from a pool of 700 people...
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    Victor Muller and Jan Åke Jonsson Meet At Saab Car Museum Tomorrow At Noon To Talk To Saab Employees. If you are in the United States and watch to watch this coverage, it’s 6am on the East coast, and 3am for you night owls on the West. 2010-01-26, updated at 22:15 Employees welcome to the...
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    Photo Credits: TTELA & GT Thousands of Saab Automobile employees finally gather outside of the Saab Factory in Trollhättan, Sweden today according to TTELA & GT. The protesters are carrying signs, including the “SAVE SAAB” logo I provided to some of them in an e-mail last night. Their sign...
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    Saab Automobile sends an update to their employees about the status of the company, the December 31st deadline that is no longer and the ongoing bids. Work continues After GM’s decision and communication December 18, the work of planning the decommissioning of Saab Automobile continued, while...
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    Photo Credit: Jerry Lövberg, TTELA The Swedish Government held an emergency meeting yesterday about the support of job creation in Västra Götaland region of Trollhättan, Sweden as a quick and swift response to GM’s unexpected decision on Friday. The results of the meeting involve an effort to...
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    Photo Credit: TTELA / Jerry Lövberg Trollhattan, Sweden’s TTELA reports that Saab Automobile continues to re-hire their employees that they layed off back in April. Here is the piece below translated by google. New times. Elin Karlsson has returned to a company that is no longer in American...
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    [ QUOTE ] Detroit's Symbol of Dysfunction: Paying Employees Not to Work Author: Jeffrey McCracken Publication: The Wall Street Journal Date: March 01, 2006 Abstract: The Jobs Bank at GM and other U.S. auto companies including Ford Motor Co. is likely to cost around $1.4 billion to $2...
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