Coca-Cola To Let 65 Staff Members Go In Drogheda

By Dave Simpson
Coca-Cola To Let 65 Staff Members Go In Drogheda

Coca-Cola is letting 65 employees go in the Co. Louth town of Drogheda in the wake of a review of its Integrated Services division.

Despite the termination of 65 jobs, the company is creating 10 new roles in Drogheda and will continue to employ approximately 200 people in the town.

It is understood that the 65 individuals who are being let go are being offered a competitive package.

Working "To Treat All Employees Fairly And Compassionately"

RTE.ie quotes a Coca-Cola spokesperson as saying, "The company's Integrated Services organisation provides a broad range of support services globally, including for finance, procurement, human resources and a number of other areas.

"As we move to the next generation of services, we're looking for opportunities to think innovatively. This includes the use of third-party providers to provide managed services. We will work to treat all employees fairly and compassionately throughout this process."

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