What It Does: Unilever products include food, condiments, ice cream, wellbeing vitamins, minerals and supplements, tea, coffee, breakfast cereal, cleaning agents, water and air purifiers, pet food, toothpaste, beauty products, and personal care.
Mission: To add vitality to life.
Vision: To make sustainable living commonplace.
Size & Presence: We are 148,000 people across the world. We are over 400 brand names in over 190 countries.
Best Known For: Unilever is the largest producer of soap in the world.
Today, the company is a leading manufacturer of brands including Axe, Best Foods, Breeze, Clear, CloseUp, Cornetto, Comfort, Cream Silk, and more.
Unilever seeks to manage and grow its business sustainably, focusing on three pillars as set out by the Unilever Sustainable Living Plan – Health & Well-Being, Environmental Impact and Enhancing Livelihoods.
The company is driven by a strong commitment to making sustainable living accessible to everyone. Unilever is built on its belief that through purpose, brands will grow; people will thrive, and companies will last.
Unilever in the Philippines will Win with Purpose through its purpose-driven brands and people, progressive platforms, and inclusive business models anchored on the ambition to improve the lives of 100 million Filipinos.
We want to see a society where everyone is equal. And we know our foundation must be an equitable workplace that recognises the dignity and worth of everyone and gives all our employees the freedom and opportunity to fulfil their potential: we want for you to be able to bring your whole self to work, so you can be the best you can be and live your purpose whilst developing your career with us.
We are building a culture of care where people feel valued and have access to all the tools they need to grow – both in and outside of work. That is why wellbeing and learning are two cornerstones of our benefits offering, as we are committed to helping you continuously develop and learn, and find and bring your purpose to life.
We are committed to building a healthy and diverse, equal and inclusive culture, where everyone can bring their whole self to work. We focus on empowering our people through education, raising awareness and addressing stigma linked to mental health.
Our ambition is to build equitable workplaces and to achieve equity, diversity and inclusion in everything we do. If we had to sum up what we're trying to achieve in our workplaces, we'd call it 'belonging' – a deep sense of inclusion, so everyone receives fair treatment, fair access, and fair opportunities.
We have the vision to drive a workplace that is more equitable by transforming the way we think. We’re tackling social inequality and unfairness while empowering those who are under-represented simply because of who they are. How? By not only transforming our brands and products but by working together to instil a deep sense of belonging.
Unilever offers an “agile and dynamic workplace, often with flexible working hours and working from home options”. It claims to provide “a fun and engaging work culture, where you’re truly encouraged to be yourself”. There are also plenty of events that bring teams, or the entire office, together including “brand launches, social activities and volunteering opportunities”. And, if all that is not enticing enough for you, all Unilever’s offices are stocked with a never-ending supply of free ice cream.
We keep things flexible at Unilever and design our benefits around our unique people. From opportunities to share in the performance of the business through bonus schemes and shares, to a range of savings options for the short and long term, as well as ways to help your family thrive, we have a range of tools and options to suit you and your situation.
Over the coming two decades, Unilever wants to double the size of its business while halving its environmental footprint. The Unilever Sustainable Living Plan seeks to decouple the business’s growth from its impact on the planet. The plan mandates ambitious goals, such as sourcing all energy renewably, removing harmful chemicals from its cleaning products, switching to 100 per cent recyclable plastic packaging and slashing the amount of staff travel.
Given the obesity crisis, the company is seeking to dramatically raise the nutritional value of its food and beverage products by 2020. It is doing this through initiatives such as eliminating trans fats, cutting back on saturated fats and sugar, cutting the number of kilojoules in its ice creams and providing consumers with healthy eating information.
Unilever also aspires to make its products – soaps, toothpaste, toilet cleaners and water purifiers – accessible to a billion of the world’s poorest people by 2020. This should significantly improve sanitation thus reducing the incidence of life-threatening diseases.
Our online application form is the quick and easy way to apply for all the jobs at Unilever – you can use your LinkedIn profile to make the process even easier.
We invite you to an interview with one of our talent advisors to get to know each other better and see if we fit together.
This interview is the line manager's opportunity to get to know you and your skills on a deeper level, and it's also your opportunity to get to know your future role and responsibilities.
If we both agree that we’re a good fit, we’ll make you a job offer and welcome you to your new role at Unilever
Here is a short overview of some of our benefits:
Our base salaries are reviewed against regional and local market conditions to maintain our competitive position. That’s not all! You could also receive an annual allowance. These vary by work level, location and nature of the role.
At Unilever, our employees have a number of opportunities to influence their own reward outcomes through performance-based rewards. These include the potential for an Annual Bonus and our Performance Share Plan.
At Unilever, we offer our employees the opportunity to invest in Unilever shares at all levels of the business through our Shares scheme or our Performance Share Plan.
Here at Unilever, giving you the opportunity to save for your retirement through a pension plan is one of the most valuable benefits we offer. As well as offering other valuable benefits during your pensionable services such as protection for you and your dependents if you die or become too ill to work.
Whether you're a parent caring for children or have responsibilities for looking after elderly parents or relatives, we want to support you in managing your work and family commitments through a range of leave arrangements.
Many of our sites have subsidized shops where you can pick up some of our best-known brands at a generously discounted price.