LONDON (Reuters) – Japanese carmaker Nissan , which operates Britain’s biggest car factory, has delayed the start of pay talks with its staff in the country until the terms of Brexit become clearer.
London and Brussels hope to reach a deal by next month but automakers have triggered contingency plans for any lack of agreement including changing their shutdown periods, stockpiling parts and certifying models in the European Union.
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Automakers generally sign two-year pay deals with their staff. Nissan was due to start negotiating with its workforce this autumn.
“In agreement with our employee representatives, the 2019/2020 pay negotiations in our UK plant and technical center will commence in 2019 when we have better clarity on the...
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