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Lamborghini Moves To A Four‑day Working Week Without Reducing Worker’s Pay

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Lamborghini reaches agreement with unions, moves to a four‑day working week without reducing worker’s pay.

Landmark agreement with unions provides for a 50% increase in the company’s current variable bonuses.

It excludes the bonus of €1,063 in Dec 2023 at the conclusion of the company’s 60th anniversary celebrations.

Lamborghini Moves To A 4‑day Working Week Without Reducing Worker's Pay - autojosh





Automobili Lamborghini recently reached a landmark agreement with Italian metalworkers’ unions by introducing a four-day workweek for its production workers without reducing their pay.

This significant move by the Italian supercar manufacturer gives staff a one Friday off every two weeks (for two-shift departments) or two Fridays off every three weeks (for three-shift departments).

The draft agreement introduces radical changes in the area of work-life balance, resulting in greater flexibility and restructuring of working hours.

For non-production employees, the agreement will allow 12 days of additional leave per year, in addition to the provision in company policies that allows up to a maximum of 12 days of remote working per month.

Lamborghini Moves To A 4‑day Working Week Without Reducing Worker's Pay - autojosh

Umberto Tossini, Chief People, Culture & Organization Officer at Automobili Lamborghini, stated:

“We have long followed a line of innovation to respond to company needs by creating added value. The motivation of all people in the organisation is the prime mover for its success because it calls together the best energies and skills of people around a common purpose.





“In this context the innovative shift system that we have developed guarantees to increase the capacity of our plants to meet demand from the growing number of customers we have worldwide. At the same time, these innovations meet people’s expectations with working hours that allow everyone to recover the physical and mental energies necessary for general well-being.”

Regarding pay, the agreement provides for a 50% increase in the company’s current variable bonuses, in addition to the payment of an extraordinary bonus of €1,063 in December 2023 at the conclusion of the company’s 60th anniversary celebrations.





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