Anheuser-Busch firing 20 employees in Israel
World's largest brewery implementing structural changes in the development centers that it set up in Israel as part of digital transformation
Hagar Ravet | 21:25 24.11.2020
The largest brewery in the world, Anheuser-Busch InBev (AB InBev), is firing around 20 of its employees in Israel. The company employs a total of 110 people in Israel as part of the WeissBeerger beverage analytics company, which was acquired by AB InBev in January 2018, as well as in some of the corporation's 30 different arms. AB InBev said that it is adding WeissBeerger's capabilities to its digital transformation and due to that ongoing strategic shift it will also implement a structural change in the development centers that it set up in Israel, which will include employee layoffs and moving part of WeissBeerger's employees to AB InBev's technological arm in Israel. The company's executives will assist as much as possible in helping the fired employees in finding a new job.