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Nestlé Ireland to transfer 46 jobs to outside company

The company has said the changes to its field sales structure will not involve redundancies.

NESTLÉ IRELAND HAS announced proposals to make a number of changes to its field sales structure which will include the outsourcing of 46 jobs.

However there will be no redundancies, as the 46 field sales staff will be transferred to “a third party specialist in field sales execution operating in Ireland and UK”. The proposal was announced yesterday and is now at consultation stage.

In addition, Nestlé plans to introduce its Nestlé Retail Operations Centre (NROC) model, which is says “provides excellence in field sales processes”.

In a statement released to, Nestlé said these changes “will enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of its sales operations further”. It is anticipated the transfer will take place on 1 March 2013.

Nestlé currently employs over 700 people in Ireland.

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