1,500 to leave HEP power company by end of 2017

Approximately 1,300 people will leave the Croatian power company HEP next year through scheduled and early retirement and another 200 will be sent to a new public supply company, HEP reported on Thursday, adding that over the next several years the number of the company's employees should be reduced by a quarter.

The restructuring project was designed together by the international consulting company PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) and HEP.

HEP underscored that the rights of its employees are guaranteed by the collective agreement.

Last update: Thu, 21/07/2016 - 15:55
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