Nestlé next to new parents and children
THE Nestle understanding the uniqueness of each family and wanting to contribute to improvement Nutrition, Health and Wellness, especially for young parents and their children, establishes Global Parental Support Policy. Guided by its values based on respect, Nestlé aims, through this Policy, to promote a supportive environment for its employees and their families.
Nestlé Global Parental Support Policy supports creating an inclusive culture, adopting an approach based on the caregiver’s situation, regardless of gender, which has been designed taking into account various family structures.
In implementing this Policy, companies in Nestlé countries where it operates will comply with applicable local law, with the aim of even more favorable terms, complementing or exceeding the existing local legal framework for parental support.
With Global Parental Support Policy, Nestlé wants contribute to enhancing the quality of life and contributing to a healthier future, supporting its employees in their role as new parents and contributing in a healthy beginning in the lives of their children and in promoting the well-being of employees as working parents.
More specifically, with the introduction of the Global Parental Support Policy, the following are promoted:
- Additional paid leave not only for primary caregivers but also for secondary caregivers, reaching a minimum of 18 weeks for the primary caregiver and a minimum of 4 weeks for the secondary caregiver.
- Employment protection and non-discrimination.
- Favorable working environment for breastfeeding with specially designed breastfeeding areas in our facilities.
- Workplace health protection.
- Flexible forms of work (eg work from home or anywhere else).
Vassilis Adamidis, Human Resources Manager of Nestlé Hellas stated: “Our new parental support policy is an important part of our efforts to give children the best start in life, allowing parents to spend more time with their new child.»
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