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Coca-Cola cloud project bottles rewards for 25,000 staff
This article is part of the Computer Weekly issue of 15 November 2016
Coca-Cola European Partners, the largest bottler of Coca-Cola, is developing cloud-based technology to give its employees the ability to choose flexible reward packages. The company plans to give 25,000 employees in 13 countries the option of selecting their own rewards, which might include anything from life insurance to dance lessons, as part of their salary package. The project, which follows pilot programmes in Sweden and France, will ensure that staff feel happier and are more engaged in their work, said Jean-Pierre Lacroute, Coca-Cola’s director of benefits. “When you see people who are in a good mood, who are happy around you, it makes you feel happy as well. It creates a better atmosphere for work and makes for better employees,” he said. Coca-Cola also plans to work with Swedish cloud service Benify to expand the offering by developing a web portal that will take its inspiration from online retailers such as Amazon by recommending benefits employees might like based on the choices of similar employees. “I want people to...
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