300 cars were damaged last night by ticked off workers in Poland's Fiat plant.
Workers in the FIAT factory in Tychy, Poland sabotaged 300 cars last night. The sabotage involved damaging the cars in different ways, for example, by making deep scratches with keys, putting screws into the motors, cutting cables and other types of damage. The managers are now trying to look for the sabotateurs.
Wages at the factory range from just above 500-900 euros brutto, despite the fact that the factory is very productive and most workers are highly skilled. The workers have been feeling pressure by the management to work more and accept worse conditions or face possible job loss.