PARIS (Reuters) – Automaker Stellantis may cut up to 1,400 jobs in France this year as it continues to adapt to a changing industry, three union sources said a day before management and unions sit down to discuss pay and employment conditions.

The company cut some 1,380 jobs, all through voluntary redundancies, in France last year, according to a document seen by Reuters.

The three sources said the company was looking at a similar number for 2022.

“We are looking at the continuation of the same measures this year,” said one of the sources. “It should be, again, on average 1,300-1,400 redundancies this year.”

(Reporting by Giles Guillaume, writing by Gwladys Fouche; editing by Richard Lough)