Japan Tobacco International has been awarded the World's Best Employers certification for the 10th consecutive year.
Guergana Andreeva, senior vice president of people and culture, said in a statement: “This recognition demonstrates that our people are at the heart of everything we do and demonstrates our commitment to improving the environment, caring for employee well-being, and focusing on diversity, equity and inclusion. Progress continues. Being named a Top Employer for 10 consecutive years demonstrates to our future employees that JTI is a great place to work. This certification is a critical component in attracting and retaining top talent."
Japan Tobacco International is one of 17 companies to receive the Global Best Employer Award, with its operations ranked first in 11 countries. Globally, its global family leave policy is designed to provide equal opportunities for both parents to spend time with their newborn, ensuring maximum support for its employees and their families, according to JTI.
JTI has also implemented new flexible working measures that allow employees to freely choose how, when and where they work; with the help of employee resource groups, the company has provided strong support to various disadvantaged groups, including but not limited to supporting women in leadership characters and the LGBTQ+ community.
Andreeva added: “We are delighted to be recognized as a Global Top Employer for the 10th consecutive year and even more pleased that the various initiatives we have implemented around the world have helped improve employee happiness, job satisfaction and continued career development. career opportunities. Japan Tobacco International achieved Best Employers certification thanks to the 46,000 employees from 119 different countries who set goals and are committed to achieving them."