Mayorga, Emilio; Hopewell, John
July 2006
Daily Variety;7/14/2006, Vol. 292 Issue 8, p6
Trade Publication
The article reports on the decision of Radio Television Espanola to dismiss 4,150 employees in Spain. The job cuts will left the company with 6,500 employees. The decision came up after the company's negotiations with the trade unions. Moreover, the company will offer voluntary retirement packages top workers ages 51 and above.


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