The number of people affected by a social plan at Delphi Luxembourg has been revised to 15, down from 40. The Bascharage-based firm had announced at the end of September that around 40 jobs were at risk.
According to Luxembourg union OGBL, the firm was able to reach an agreement with the staff delegation regarding the social plan reducing the number of jobs at risk.
The union said it and the delegation were able to negotiate a number of measures in the social plan, regarding the compensation package for the staff who will be let go.
These include extra-legal benefits linked to seniority and family status and a budget for training.
Delphi currently employs around 200,000 people around the world.