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  • Our most recent pay equity analysis found that salaries for male & female Nestlé USA employees have reached a 1:1 gender pay equity, reflecting our commitment to being transparent & accountable in our efforts to create a more diverse & inclusive Nestlé.
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    Nestlé USA is Building a Better Workplace for Women

    The Nestlé we know today wouldn't exist without Clementine Therese Ehemant. After Clementine's husband, Henri Nestlé, invented an infant cereal to save a neighbor's malnourished child in 1867, she began to market and distribute the cereal beyond their home in Switzerland.

  • We're proud to be named the number one Consumer Food Products company by Fortune Magazine! http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQbb5

    The World's Most Admired Companies for 2019

    Here is Fortune's list of the World's Most Admired Companies for 2019, as ranked in their industries.

  • We're among good company on this "Incredible New Offices" list from Glassdoor! http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQ3n7

    7 Companies With Incredible New Offices

    New year, new job, new office, new you!

  • We are honored to be named Food Dive's 2018 Company of the Year. We're always looking at our portfolio to assess how we can evolve and bring you more of the products you love. We're excited for what the future holds!
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    Company of the Year: Nestlé

    Nestlé?, the world's largest food company, has built up an impressive roster of iconic foods and drinks during its 152-year history. But as consumer tastes and consumption habits change, the Swiss giant has been aggressively remaking itself into a more agile and competitive business - no small task for a company worth roughly $260 billion.

  • "We want people to see Nestlé as the place for a career — not just a job." Nestlé USA's VP of Recruiting Jon Salmons gives insight on how we recruit to put employees in roles where they will flourish: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQJpL

    Transforming Nestlé's culture isn't just inside our walls, it's in how we hire

    Our industry and business are changing quickly, so the way we recruit talent must as well When I first joined Nestlé, I worked in finance. Though I have great respect for that discipline, I realized three years into the job that it wasn't the right fit for me.

  • "We know our ability to innovate and grow depends on having diverse voices."

    Inside the office & within the community, Nestlé Purina has taken great steps to develop an environment where everyone can thrive: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQStZ

    Nestlé Purina is Working to Build a More Disability-Friendly Workplace and Community

    The two years Sarah Schwegel, a lifelong advocate for people with disabilities, spent at Nestlé Purina were hugely beneficial for both Sarah and the company. Sarah, who has Spinal Muscular Atrophy...

  • Building the 'Next Big Thing'? It's all about embracing change. Nestlé USA e-business manager Stacy Hutt answers questions about building a dynamic career for the long-term: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQqTf

  • Our 2030 ambition is to strive for zero environmental impact in our operations - we're working towards this goal by reducing greenhouse gas emissions, transitioning to a clean energy economy, implementing international water standards & more: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQqdK

    These companies are leading the fight against climate change

    The world has only until 2030 to stem catastrophic climate change. Can global companies be part of the solution?

  • Food is a cultural experience, and all across Nestlé we're finding ways to tap into local flavors and customs to connect with our consumers in new ways and drive innovation at a global scale: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQxOq

    Three Global Food Trends Driving Innovation at Nestlé

    From local foods to plant-based diets, we're listening and leading the way on new flavors and ingredients Before I joined Nestlé in 2016, I mostly thought of it as a coffee and candy company. I knew Nestlé as the producer of Nescafé and (at the time!) some of my favorite movie candy.

  • As the popularity of coffee continues to rise, the world is coming up with some interesting ways of drinking it: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQxxs

    These 7 Top Coffee Trends Will Wake You Up

    It's almost 2019 and coffee trends are taking off?-?there are increasingly more ways (and places) to consume your favorite drink. In America, 40% of people are enjoying their morning beverage in the bathroom. In South Korea, you can enjoy a soluble cold brew in the comfort of your own home.

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