Nestlé Supporting Working Parents With a New Parental Support Policy and More Paid Leave

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Nestlé Supporting Working Parents With a New Parental Support Policy and More Paid Leave

Our commitment: Enhance gender balance in our workforce

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Wednesday, November 4, 2015 - 3:45pm

CAMPAIGN: Nestlé Creating Shared Value Report

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Our Objective

By 2016 – Implement the new Parental Support Policy in the U.S., effective January 1, 2016, offering up to 14 weeks of paid leave for primary caregivers of newborns with the option of extending unpaid leave up to six months.

Our Progress

In 2014, we began work to implement the Parental Support Policy. We will officially activate the new Nestlé Parental Support Policy on January 1, 2016.

Our Perspective

Our commitment to gender balance is expressed both globally and in the United States through our Women’s Leadership Network, International Dual Career Network, support of the Network of Executive Women, Lean In Circles and ongoing efforts to increase our percentage of women managers and senior leaders. As of 2014, 25% of our senior leaders and 34% of our managers around the world were women.

We believe that diversity in our business and in our supply chain is a real asset and something that should be encouraged and nurtured. What’s more, the changing roles of women and men in society has emphasized the importance of improving gender balance at all levels of business. At Nestlé we are committed to having a diverse workforce that is reflective of our consumer base and one that fosters an inclusive culture that helps drive success.

To learn more about the Nestlé in the U.S. 2014 Creating Shared Value report, visit our website.

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CAMPAIGN: Nestlé Creating Shared Value Report

CONTENT: Multimedia with summary

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