Papa John’s is moving its headquarters out of Louisville

Papa John's is moving its headquarters out of Louisville

Papa John’s International Inc. Is establishing a new global headquarters in Atlanta, which will move part of its operations away from Louisville. The pizza giant said Atlanta will have a new global headquarters where the menu will be innovative; Marketing; Customer experience; HR; Diversity, equity and inclusion; Communication; And development works will be located. Louisville, meanwhile, will be home to IT, supply chain and legal teams. President and CEO Rob Lynch will be based in Atlanta, according to an insider company memo obtained by Louisville Business First. A representative said most of Papa John’s headquarters work will be in Louisville, as the IT company has the largest division. Papa John’s total domestic employment is currently 1,200 full-time equivalent workers. About 200 jobs will also be created at the new Atlanta headquarters, but it’s not clear how many staff will be in Louisville. Alleged: Papa John’s founder and former CEO, John Snyder, responds to news of the company’s headquarters. Note that all corporate employees will be notified on how the new corporator will affect them by November 2 and transfer and disbandment packages will be offered. “All of these decisions have been made with one goal in mind: to create the best restaurant company in the world. Please know that these decisions have not been taken lightly, and we know this will affect many of you personally,” Lynch wrote in the memo. “We will make sure that everyone is supported during this process, especially the directly affected people. Thank you all for Papa John’s contribution.” He added that the company is looking for a new Chief Financial Officer Fisher and then once the person is hired, it will determine the right organizational structure and location for Papa John’s finance team. He wrote that officers would spend significant time at headquarters in both Louisville and Atlanta. Read more from Louisville Business First.

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Papa John’s International Inc. Is setting up a new global headquarters in Atlanta and moving part of its operations away from Louisville.

The pizza giant said Atlanta will have a new global headquarters where the menu will be innovative; Marketing; Customer experience; HR; Diversity, equity and inclusion; Communication; And development works will be located. Louisville, meanwhile, will be home to IT, supply chain and legal teams.

President and CEO Rob Lynch will be based in Atlanta, according to an insider company memo obtained by Louisville Business First.

A representative said most of Papa John’s headquarters work will be in Louisville, as the IT company has the largest division. Papa John’s total domestic employment is currently 1,200 full-time equivalent workers. About 200 jobs will be created at the new Atlanta headquarters, but it’s not clear how many staff will be in Louisville.

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The memo, signed by Lynch, notes that all corporate employees will be notified of how the new corporator will affect them by November 2 and will be offered transfer and severance packages cage.

“All of these decisions have been made with one goal in mind: to build the best restaurant company in the world. Please know that these decisions have not been taken lightly, and we know that this will affect many of you personally,” Lynch wrote in the memo. “We will make sure that everyone is supported during this process, especially those who are directly affected. Thank you all for Papa Jones’ contribution.”

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He added that the company is looking for a new Chief Financial Officer Fisher and once that person is hired it will determine the right organizational structure and location for Papa John’s finance team. He wrote that officers would spend significant time at headquarters in both Louisville and Atlanta.

Read more from Louisville Business First.

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