Paperjam reports that this is instead of the 94 layoffs initially announced by the management as part of a reorganisation plan announced in August.
Quoting Pit Schreiner, central secretary of the Printing, Media and Culture Union (FLTL), it adds that the remaining 25 have accepted moving to internal posts, in Belgium or other countries. Those who will no longer stay in Luxembourg will be with CLT-UFA rather than RTL Group. Proposals will also be made to 39 employees to join the Cologne headquarters.
They have been given five weeks to make a decision and the end of next year to possibly give up and benefit from the social plan.