Strategic Management Of Nestle

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Background of the Report An employee might be more knowledgeable and skilful by training and development program or process that maintaining an effective level job performance. So it acts an important role in HR department. We have selected Nestle, Bangladesh to know about their HRM practices. Company Profiles Nestle Alimentana, Switzerland, a wholly owned subsidiary of Nestle Holdings Ltd. the Company expanded its product range with new products in instant coffee, noodles, sauces, pickles, culinary aids, chocolates and confectionery, dairy products and mineral water. Nestlé can trace its origins back to 1866, when the first European condensed milk factory was opened in Cham, Switzerland, by the Anglo-Swiss Condensed Milk Company.…show more content…
After that six officers are doing their responsibility as their post and grades. After that there are three divisional managers are working in the different divisions and sections. But the company like nestle just can’t think so easily they made various processes to maintain good division in organization. Being the largest Food and Wellness Company, Nestlé has more than 280,000 people working with it worldwide. Globally standardized operational procedures, international working environment, global attachment programs, globally shared culture, structured development and evaluation framework and extensive training programs have made Nestlé one of the leading and preferred employers worldwide. Nestlé produces wide range of food and nutrition products for all the age groups of customers. It is very important to the HR function that they add value and make customers lives healthier. Nestlé Bangladesh employs nearly 450 people and many more with indirect contracts with its own factory in Sreepur, Gazipur. Nestlé’s Manpower is considered to be their best asset and prefer people to work with enthusiasm and efficiency to enhance productivity and sustainable growth to the organization. As the Human Resource Director, Akhteruddin Mahmood
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