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Direct Action Gets the Goods: Visteon Occupation Pays Off
antrim | worker & community struggles and protests | news report Thursday July 09, 2009 16:50 by Alan MacSimóin - WSM - Workers Solidarity 110 wsm_ireland at yahoo dot com
The occupation of the Visteon motor parts factory in Belfast ended on May 3rd when the company gave in and agreed pay extra compensation of between six month’s and nearly two year’s money to the workforce for the loss of their jobs.
On April 1st workers, members of the UNITE trade union, were given just six minutes notice that the plant was closing down. The agreement that everyone would get the same terms as Ford workers if there were redundancies was torn up by management. There was nothing on offer, just an instruction to clear out lockers and go away. Workers, many of whom had given decades of service, were going to get only basic statutory redundancy money.