Coca-Cola Workers will keep their jobs

The majority of Malaga workers will be offered alternative work Credit - Twitter

THE workers of Coca-Cola at the factory in Malaga will be moved next week after the announcement of the closure of the Andalucian plant, as reported from CCOO, with most being offered alternative employment or early retirement. 

During a meeting held on Tuesday, October 20,  by the commission that will negotiate the termination filethe bottler’s management confirmed that no one will be left without a job. Its intention is to offer a job in other plants of the group.

The centre that would have the best chance of receiving the Malaga team is Seville, as it is the closest. Under these conditions, 52 people are candidates to move to another province to continue working at Coca-Cola and 26 would benefit from early retirement.

The negotiating committee of the ERE of Coca-Cola Malaga will meet twice a week to try to reach an agreement. The union will try to improve the proposal that the management put on the table, so that the exit takes place in the best conditions, in order to “improve access to early retirement and that no one has to lose their job.”

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