"The planned changes have an estimated impact on 48 jobs, in the Commercial, Finance and Information Technology areas," Coca-Cola Europacific Partners (CCEP) reports.
Coca-Cola Europacific Partners (CCEP) will proceed with a collective dismissal, which will cover 48 workers in Portugal, reported RTP3 this Monday.
The decision by the bottler, which in Portugal has a factory in Palmela, was communicated on October 7 to employee representatives at the European and national levels. This restructuring measure was justified by the need to “ensure long-term sustainability and competitiveness” with an “agile and competitive business” that can “respond to constant pressure and challenges from competitors and new players entering the market.”
“The planned changes have an estimated impact on 48 jobs, in the Commercial, Finance and Information Technology areas,” CCEP reports. “We want to be very respectful with the communication processes, so for now, this is the information we can share so that it can be dealt with in close and loyal contact with employees and their representatives, who we wish to be our interlocutors,” it says without further details about the reorganisation process.
(Article updated with new information from CCEP)