Unilever policies review.
Unilever is a global company which produces great amount of products every-day consumption. It has such brands as Lipton, Calve, Knorr, Dove, Rexona, Sunsilk, Domestos, etc. As you can see from this list this company is a real giant not only because it spreads its influence on a plenty of product markets, but is also known in different geographical areas. It has sustainable presence in more than 100 countries. Its corporate social responsibility system is aimed at 3 main spheres: customer relations, impact on environment, employees loyalty. Environmentally-friendly approach
Unilever products are life-meaningfully dependent from water. For producing any kind of Unilever product, not only supplier but the company uses huge amount of water. As Unilever is concerned about decreasing resources of fresh water on the planet, it obliges its suppliers and all the plants all around the world to use water reasonably to minimize the damage to the nature. Employment policy
Unilever is proud of everyone working in each of the numerous plants all over the world. Most important spheres of concern are labor security, hygiene and appropriate working conditions. As Unilever says, it implements new technologies to simplify the job of everyone. According to the special annual corporate review “Unilever sustainable living plan”, Unilever spends millions of dollars every year on inventory of new technologies which can possibly improve the working conditions of its employees as well as the quality of life of everyone on this planet. Customer health and fitness
As well as positioning its products as healthy and appropriate for people with different health diseases, Unilever provides its customers with advice about how to achieve healthy life-style and keep the body fit and energetic. You can see these recommendations on different brochures and even on the packs of products. This is how Unilever helps the society to fight obesity, cancer and other dangerous...
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