On October 7th, the National Power and Light Company (CNFL) said goodbye to 111 officials who benefited from voluntary labor mobility.
This is the second time the company implements this mobility plan. Since 2014, CNFL has accumulated savings and containment of spending close to ¢ 11 billion annually, as reported by the institution.
According to Óscar Hernández, director of finance in CNFL, the projected savings by reducing the 111 seats are ¢ 3,865 million annually, which will no longer be distributed.
Hernández added that the CNFL faced the implementation of this mobility with the resources generated by the ordinary operations of the company, and this money will be recovered over a period of 13 months.
Those who benefited from Labor mobility had to have more than 4 years of working for the company and no pending disciplinary or administrative proceedings.
The total cost of the plan amounts to ¢ 4,000,000,000 and consisted of severance pay plus the incentive of 4 wages, calculated on the average of the last 12 months due and a corresponding salary to notice in accordance with Article 28 of the Labor code.