Unilever Diversity And Inclusion FAQ

Read what Unilever employees think about diversity and inclusion at the company, and if their workforce is comprised and supportive of individuals of varying gender, ethnicity, age, sexual orientation, religion and other attributes.

Unilever has a diversity rating of 4.3.

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Does there seem to be diversity at Unilever?

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3 May 2021

Pros

Great place to learn and build a career. Good benefits, nice people. Work life balance pretty good depending on the role

Cons

Big corporation so moves slow, a lot of politics, lacking diversity and woman leaders, culture is ok, not bad or great

Big corporation so moves slow, a lot of politics, lacking diversity and woman leaders, culture is ok, not bad or great

3 May 2021

Reviewed by: Senior Brand Manager in Englewood Cliffs, NJ (Current Employee)

21 May 2019

Pros

Work from Home, huge investment in their employees, great benefits, innovative, diversity and inclusion, purpose driven company, great manager to employee relations (I.e. development and advocating for team members)

Cons

Different expectations across different teams

Work from Home, huge investment in their employees, great benefits, innovative, diversity and inclusion, purpose driven company, great manager to employee relations (I.e.

21 May 2019

Reviewed by: Material Excellence Analyst in Englewood Cliffs, NJ (Former Employee)

17 April 2019

Pros

Great culture, equal opportunity, diversity, inclusiveness

Cons

Slow in decision making, career planning is not rigid enough

Great culture, equal opportunity, diversity, inclusiveness

17 April 2019

Reviewed by: Supply Chain Manager (Current Employee)

29 July 2021

Pros

Good employer, good pay, good staff benefits, good welfare, flexible culture, nice office, good health programme, diversity, good mentor prog

Cons

Too many expats, expats over paid, expats spending very high - used best airline, stayed at 5 star hotels, travel first and business class,

Advice to Management

Use less expats and hire more locals

Good employer, good pay, good staff benefits, good welfare, flexible culture, nice office, good health programme, diversity, good mentor prog

29 July 2021

Reviewed by: Administrative Assistant in Singapore (Former Employee)

14 June 2021

Pros

- best in class brands - winning culture - extremely fast pace - disciplined and process driven - opportunity for local and global opportunities and career development - progressive-minded culture on issues of diversity, inclusion, sustainability and the like

Cons

- often get programs downloaded from other countries that may not make sense for Canada--forced to comply to check boxes - can be a very political company in terms of decision-making and communication - Some leaders tend to grandstand in meetings to pump the tires of every project/program no matter how bad the idea may be or how much additional overhead it puts on teams to execute on top of their existing job. Those people lack authenticity but still succeed or advance because of the previously mentioned political culture. This propagates itself with others taking turns at false flattery to be put in line for next Director/VP etc. - Some roles are extremely challenging to find a healthy balance of work and life. While the company would acknowledge that, and try to make everyone feel better by doing so, it doesn't change the reality that the company operates fast and will find someone who can operate at the speed it needs if you can not.

minded culture on issues of diversity, inclusion, sustainability and the like

14 June 2021

Reviewed by: Category Management in Toronto, ON (Former Employee)

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