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    Former Om: 12 workers hired since 1 June, another 88 in 2023

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    (ANSA) – BARI, MAY 06 – From 1 June 2022 the Selectika company that took over the former Om Carrelli plant in the industrial area of ​​Modugno (Bari) will proceed with the first 12 hires. The agreement was signed today, at the headquarters of the Presidency of the Puglia Region, between the trade unions Fim Cisl, Fiom Cgil, Uilm Uil and the company, in the presence of the Deputy Chief of Cabinet of the Region Domenico De Santis, the president of the task force for employment Leo Caroli, the mayor of the Metropolitan City of Bari Antonio Decaro, and the mayor of Modugno Nicola Bonasia.

    Almost 11 years after the closure of the plant, it was July 2011, and the start of the dispute for the over 120 workers, “finally – reads a note from the Region – the gates of the former Om Carrelli will reopen and the first workers will start working 12 workers with part-time permanent contracts at 50% “. The Selectika Company confirmed the schedule of hiring another 88 full-time workers by the second quarter of 2023. (ANSA).

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