Tech & Science VW demonstrates possible degradation of 30,000 jobs
China: Evergrand titles fall after new
China-Evergrande-Obligations Degradations: China: Evergrand Titles fall after new Degradations © Reuters / Bobby YIP China: Evergrand Titles fall after new Degradations by Andrew Galbraith Shanghai (Reuters) - The drop in the value of the obligations and actions of the China Evergrande Group Real Estate Promoter continued on Tuesday after degradation by two rating agencies, which question its ability to restructure its debt. The number two of the Chinese real estate market has a debt of 1.970 b
Volkswagen wants to operate all the cars sold in Europe for the year 2035. That means, so vw, that probably between 2033 and 2035 the last burners are produced for the European market.
For the final assembly of electrically powered cars, it needs significantly less staff, but component production but is more specialized and distributed. Therefore, VW has been discussed as much as possible jobs in the E-Age - not least in the main Wolfsburg main work.
fueled speculation by VW Chef Herbert this, who had said in a Supervisory Board meeting, the company could lose 30,000 jobs when it is too slow on electric vehicles. Although the Group's top denies a job reduction in this extent, changes are inevitable, according to industry experts.
Nicola Sturgeon launches new green jobs academy
The Green Jobs Workforce Academy will list vacancies related to the net-zero economy on its website.The Green Jobs Workforce Academy will list new jobs related to the net-zero economy on its website, including roles in renewable energy, construction and transport.
alone by Tesla is VW under enormous pressure: in the New plant in Grünheide near Berlin wants to produce 500,000 cars with only 12,000 employees with only 12,000 employees, while 25,000 employees at Volkswagen produce 700,000 cars in his Wolfsburg plant.
In addition to the obvious productivity gradient, Tesla pays its employees by far as well as VW, where the unions traditionally have a very strong position to have. Whether 30,000 jobs or less, the transformation of the Group will definitely cost jobs, emergencies.
Bus manufacturer to create up to 300 jobs after winning new orders .
Wrightbus was bought out of administration by green entrepreneur Jo Bamford in October 2019.The Co Antrim company will also convert 120 existing temporary jobs into permanent positions as it looks to ramp up production at its Ballymena headquarters.