Jul 11, 2018
Jaguar Land Rover workers miss out on World Cup time off
Requests by Jaguar Land Rover workers in Merseyside to be given time off to watch England in the World Cup semi-final have been shown the red card. Management at the Halewood plant said they could not cut shifts short because of production commitments. The workers are disappointed by the ref's decision, especially given that colleagues in the West Midlands have scored the time off. A Jaguar Land Rover spokesman said management at the Halewood plant had taken the decision because cutting the shifts short by three hours would mean the plant would be unable to catch up with orders. The models produced at Halewood include JLR's top two best sellers, the Range Rover Evoque and the Land Rover Discovery Sport.
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