Nestlé Portugal wants to hire 100 workers and maintains focus on sustainability


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Nestlé Portugal wants to hire, in 2023, about 100 workers, in line with what has happened in recent years, keeping the bet on the sustainability of the brand, with the country also asserting itself as a ‘hub’ of the group.

“We have constantly increased the number of employees in Portugal […] and we will continue to do so this year, depending on the increase in work,” said the CEO of Nestlé Portugal, Anna Lenz, who was speaking to journalists at the company’s headquarters in Linda-a-Velha, in the Lisbon district.

According to the numbers advanced by this responsible, annually, Nestlé Portugal has hired close to 100 employees, a number that “should be similar” also in 2023.

As part of the brand’s 100th anniversary celebrations, Nestlé today held the “Nestalk” conference, which was attended by Nestlé CEO Mark Schneider.

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