Hr Case Study of Nestle Pakistan

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INTRODUCTION: This Case study is about the Human Resource policies in Nestle Pakistan Ltd. Nestlé is a multinational packaged food company founded and headquartered in Vevey, Switzerland. Nestlé has been serving Pakistani consumers since 1988, when its parent company, the Switzerland-based Nestlé SA, first acquired a share in Milkpak Ltd. The current company president and CEO is Peter Brabeck-Letmathe. The CEO and Managing Director for Pakistan is Ronald Decorvet, and the head of Human Resource is Uzma Qaiser Butt. The Company is engaged in marketing, manufacturing, processing and sale of food products (dairy, confectionary, culinary, coffee, beverages, infant nutrition and drinking water). The segments of the Company include…show more content…
Nestle also hires fresh graduates through its management trainee program. Selection through this process is very competitive and tough. It consists of a test followed by several interviews. Only applicants from top colleges and universities are entertained, i.e. LUMS, IBA, GIKI (for engineering staff) and foreign universities. These trainees are also offered very high salary brackets, usually above 30, 000 Rs. The overall pay scale of all Nestle employees, as with most multinational companies, is very high. A very good physical office environment is provided, as this company has significantly large revenues, it has undertaken a lot of investment in its buildings, furnishings, decorations etc. A low turnover rate indicates good employee satisfaction. The department of sales seems to be the most desirable, at it offers higher salaries through commission system. Growth in this department is also high, as results are easily measurable. Sales figures and revenues are easy to collect, compare and evaluate because of an efficient and well thought out distribution planning. Marketing and brands carries the least workload, as Nestle is already a household name all over the world. This company has over the years built up a legacy of quality and trust, both locally and abroad. This makes marketing Nestle products much easier. STATUS REPORT: At first glance, the HR

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