El Pozo Alimentation trains 35 unemployed as meat workers

El Pozo Alimentacion, in collaboration with the Regional Employment and Training Service, has trained 35 unemployed people who have specialized as meat workers and will be hired by the company.

Posted on Jun 28 ,06:05

El Pozo Alimentation trains 35 unemployed as meat workers

The course has lasted two months and has focused on the conditioning, cutting and technology of meat, and on food handling, safety and environmental protection in the food industry. Its objective was to increase the possibilities of labor insertion for unemployed people.

Those in charge of delivering the diplomas were: the general director of the SEF, Marisa López Aragón, accompanied by Tomás and José Fuertes, president and CEO of El Pozo Alimentacion, respectively, together with the corporate director of Human Resources and Legal, María José Cánovas and the Director of Operations, Juan Pedro Florido.

The company is committed to creating stable and quality employment, and currently has more than 5,000 employees on its workforce.

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