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Alsea is now relying on an alliance with Orders to guarantee jobs

The Starbucks operator will definitely transfer some of its employees to the delivery company.

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Alsea is now relying on an alliance with Orders to guarantee jobs
Alsea is now relying on an alliance with Orders to guarantee jobs

Alsea in Argentina announced a partnership program to provide a concrete solution to young people who are unable to develop tasks in their units as a result of the pandemic.

It’s an agreement with Order now, This will move some of its employees to the delivery solutions company in the support and business area.

“In this alliance, the employees are permanently taken over by OrdersYa, which is why they sign a new contract with the receiving company. By working together with companies from other sectors, every interested employee is given development opportunities value on their experience with professional growth,” said the iProfesional -Portal.

70 young people are primarily involved in this process. “The final number of transfers depends on the searches shared by OrdersYa and the appropriateness of our profiles,” said the Alsea spokesman.

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“In a context as challenging as the one we are experiencing, from the start of the pandemic, we have considered different ways to continue to be a sustainable company and to preserve the 6,000+ jobs we offer. We are proud on being able to do this responsibly with a tangible benefit for everyone involved, “said Martín Lucía, Head of Human Resources at Alsea Cono Sur.

The Unilever case

Other companies in Argentina have implemented this type of agreement. This is the case with Unilever, which moved 15 of its employees to General Motors (GM) plant in Alvear, Santa Fe, where GM employees receive an additional salary, in addition to 70% of their Unilever salary in where they are hung are.

Mercado Libre, which increased its activities with the growth of e-commerce, opened its doors to employees of the Le Pain Quitidien gastronomic chain, as well as Arcos Dorados (operator of McDonald’s) and Alsea (operator of Starbucks and Burger King).

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