What It Does: Nestlé currently has over 2,000 brands with a wide range of products across a number of markets, including coffee, bottled water, milkshakes and other beverages, breakfast cereals, and infant foods.
Mission: To provide consumers with the best tasting, most nutritious choices in a wide range of food and beverage categories and eating occasions, from morning to night.
Vision: To be a leading, competitive, Nutrition, Health and Wellness Company delivering improved shareholder value by being a preferred corporate citizen, preferred employer, and preferred supplier selling preferred products.
Size & Presence: The Company employs over 3,500 men and women all over the country, and is among the Philippines' top corporations.
Over a hundred years after it first started operations in the country, Nestlé Philippines, Inc. (NPI) today is a robust and stable organization, proud of its role in bringing the best food and beverage throughout the stages of the Filipino consumers’ lives.
Nestlé's purpose is to unlock the power of food to enhance the quality of life for everyone, today and for generations to come.
Working at Nestlé means you can Be a force for good, where you can push boundaries and create shared value for people, communities and the planet. Working at Nestlé also means you are part of something bigger; a community of people that comes together with a shared purpose and an organization committed to delivering well.
Diversity & inclusion is an everyday reality at Nestlé. We respect and encourage uniqueness and potential regardless of your race, gender, culture, sexual orientation or disability. We promote diversity & inclusion through our culture, our work in society and innovation.
We recruit people who respect our values, we provide equal opportunities for all, and we protect everyone's privacy. We do not tolerate any form of harassment or discrimination. Our aim is to create workplaces where everyone feels included and able to bring their whole selves to work. This commitment starts at recruitment and continues to the end of the working relationship. Each of our markets has a diversity & inclusion action plan designed to provide equal opportunities for everyone to contribute, grow and feel valued.
We are committed to fostering an open and inclusive working environment where people feel comfortable and confident enough to be themselves. Nestlé has advanced racial and ethnic inclusion for a long time. Today, more than 85% of management committee positions in the countries we operate are held by local employees who are truly representative of the communities we serve.
Help us make a real difference on a global scale. With a presence in almost 190 countries, we’re dedicated to our purpose of unlocking the power of food to enhance the quality of life for everyone. Whether you're starting or continuing your career, explore how you can work with us.
At Nestlé, we believe in the power of food to enhance the quality of life for everyone. Guided by this purpose, we constantly aim to push the boundaries of what's possible with food, beverages, and nutritional health solutions.
Wherever in the world, you apply, our local recruitment team will provide a professional, timely and responsive service. It is important to know that we are thorough in our approach to selecting the right person both for the job and for our company. The recruitment process can take up to nine weeks from your application through to the offer stage should you be successful, and our recruiters will keep you informed every step of the way.
You can search to find the next role on your career path. Once you have found a role where you feel you can add value, and that meets your experience and capability, use our e-Recruitment system to apply.
Once we receive your application, we’ll analyze your skills and experience to assess your match to the role profile. You’ll then be contacted by one of our recruitment team.
The next phase is a series of individual interviews with the Human Resources team – either by phone or face-to-face interview. If you’re successful, you will then be interviewed by the appropriate hiring manager. It is worth noting that we’ll be looking at your potential fit with our culture as well as exploring your achievements and motivations.
Certain positions may require assessments such as:
Our team will conduct at least two reference checks from your previous employers to ensure that your potential fit with our culture is right, as well as explore such things as your management and leadership style.
Your right to work in the country of your employment, and original copies of your qualifications, will also be validated by our recruitment team.
The first thing we offer you is congratulations on reaching this stage. We’ll welcome you to the Nestlé team and give you more information about your induction. To reach this stage generally takes about nine weeks.
Our induction programs vary from market to market. However, they all include a welcome to your department, an introduction to your function and role objectives, and an overview of our business. We will ensure that you have the information you need to meet the responsibilities and obligations of being a Nestlé employee, as well as give you a thorough understanding of our business principles, global roadmap, and the way our business is structured across the Oceania region. Throughout your first few months, you’ll be provided plenty of opportunities to access all the tools and support you will need to succeed.
We have mapped our material issues against the SDGs to help us understand where we can have the biggest impact. Here are some examples.
Nestlé's culture is built on connection and collaboration; our leaders visit and engage with operations everywhere. We have formal reporting and are no strangers to a PowerPoint deck, but at all levels, we also go straight to the field to learn on the ground. That's something I expect of my team and of myself. And that's how (pre-COVID) I was able to spend time in Côte d'Ivoire, Ghana, and Nigeria learning the on-the-ground details of our cocoa community support.
Our efforts over many years have helped, but more is needed. We are launching a holistic approach to getting kids in school, accelerating farmer income and supporting families. We expect our new initiative to triple our annual investment in cocoa sustainability, to more than USD 1 billion over the next decade. More importantly, our fresh approaches are designed to make lasting, positive changes. We believe these three key criteria for our program can help transform cocoa farming.