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Nestlé proposes in Spain an incentivized redundancy plan that affects 120 workers

Date: March 2, 2024 Time: 00:39:37

Nestlé Spain will initiate an incentivized redundancy plan that will affect 120 workers, the Independent Union and Officials Central (CSIF) reported this Friday and company sources have confirmed to Efe. The reason for this plan, which Nestlé announced to its workers yesterday, Thursday, is to lighten the workforce due to the change in consumer habits, specifically due to the increase in sales of white brands.

“The consumer is less and less willing to pay higher prices and a clear migration towards white label is being experienced. In this context, it is essential to design a more agile, efficient and competitive organization, dimensioned to the new reality”, explained N I was at Efe.

The multinational’s redundancy program, which employs some 4,500 workers in Spain, only uses the center of Esplugues (Barcelona), the sales team and the distribution center of Guadalajara, the company has detailed, which intends to that the process is finalized “after the summer”.

CSIF expects a “voluntary and punctual” measure

CSIF has indicated that it expects it to be a “voluntary and punctual” measure and that no further adjustments are necessary in the company. Nestlé Spain closed 2022 with a turnover of 2,364 million euros, 9.4% more than in the previous year, of which 896 million corresponded to exports.

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Puck Henry
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