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Care is our only requirement

With a history as innovative as ours, it’s clear our company relies on the unique points of view of our employees. Our diverse team is made up of 90 different nationalities. But no matter the role, we focus more on who you are than where you’re from. Because to us, caring about our work is your most important qualification. So, if you’re driven by quality, are excited to try new ideas, and never hide what you care about, you will be a perfect fit on any of our teams.

To see Nestle’s full diversity & inclusion information, click here.

Treating people well is our business

Our success is based on our people. Their consideration for one another directly impacts our work, our brand and our products. Together, we’ve created a culture with respect and dignity at its core that extends to our hiring process. We recruit competent and motivated people and provide equal opportunities for all – because we understand that innovation can come from anyone, and excellence comes from us all working together.

Balancing every voice

Balance is important when it comes to coffee flavors – and our business. While our global male/female balance is 43/57, we are continually striving to reflect that same balance in our senior positions. Beyond management, we seek to strengthen the voice of women in every area we are a part of. Their view can even help us succeed in unexpected ways. For example, in coffee field operations, we have learned that the presence of female agronomists is key for the participation of women farmers in training. Today, women agronomists at our suppliers comprise 30% of our global field workforce.

Nestle Partnerships for Veteran Opportunities

Nestlé is expanding its commitment to U.S. veterans under its Project Opportunity initiative with two new partnerships aimed at offering career support and workforce transition services to current and former members of the U.S. military. Currently, Nestlé in the U.S. employs more than 2,400 veterans across its various operating companies and is benchmarking veteran hires at seven percent of all external hires, with a focus on matching veterans to jobs that utilize their specialized training and skill sets.

To read more about Nestle’s veteran opportunities, click here.