The German car manufacturer Opel has appealed to the Hessian state labor court in 17 cases of appeal against judgments of the Darmstadt labour court. In all cases, it comes to protection against dismissal lawsuits from employees who had rejected an Opel-operated exchange to the service provider, Segula, and later released had been. The labour court has given these 17 workers in April, right.
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As the spokeswoman for the state labor court, the F. A. Z. said on request, the appeals on 8. July received. Shortly thereafter, the deadline for the Opel Automobile GmbH from the delivery of the right to appeal against first-instance decisions on appeal. The appeals were not justified yet, ' said the spokeswoman. A company spokesman confirmed the facts of the case.
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it was said in April, the 17 employees, mostly highly specialized engineers and mechatronics engineers. Six of the in Darmstadt, Germany, proceedings pending in laid both sides in each case by a comparison. Details are not known. An Opel spokesman said at the time: "We are surprised by the first-instance decisions of the labour court of Darmstadt in the process."Updated Date: 13 July 2020, 20:19