France – Danone intends to lay off about 2,000 workers

The French “Danone” for food industries announced Monday that it intends to abandon about 2000 workers in its various branches in France and abroad in order to “facilitate” its organizational affairs and facilitate the return to achieve growth.

The company clarified that it will give up in its French branches about “400 to 500” workers, equivalent to (a quarter) of the total workers who will lose their jobs, and most of them will be those with responsibilities within the company such as managers and management officials.

The giant company’s decision comes in light of the dangerous economic repercussions of the Corona epidemic on economic activities across the world, which led to a decline in Danone’s sales in a way that affected its results.

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Source: French media

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