Unilever Cambodia Limited, a leading consumer goods company,was awarded Cambodia’s Best Employer Brand Award for 2021.
It received the award at the Cambodia Employer Brand Awards event held on January 12.
The prestigious 15th Cambodia Employer Brand Awards, held virtually in Phnom Penh, was hosted by the Employer Branding Institute, World HRD Congress and Stars of the Industry Group to acknowledge top industry leaders and individuals in Cambodia for their commitment to talent management and employer excellence.
“Unilever is from its origin a purposeful company and one key purpose for us is to help improve the lives of our employees, consumers and the communities around us through our purpose-led brands and activities. Globally Unilever is widely recognised as a preferred employer, both by graduates and experienced professionals and winning the Cambodia’s Best Employer Brand Award for four consecutive years has confirmed that Unilever is a preferred employer in Cambodia.
"We are particularly delighted to receive such a recognition during the difficult time for everyone because of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. Our key priorities remain the safety of our people, consumers and the ability of our business to continue to serve customers and consumers, particularly at this time of uncertainty,” said Unilever Cambodia and Laos country director Sothou Ly.
“We sincerely thank all our passionate team members across the company who work tirelessly everyday in enabling Unilever to set a new standard in the industry. Many thanks as well to the leadership team for all the support in our journey to building a high performing and inspired organisation in Cambodia,” Sothou added.
Unilever Cambodia is a gender-diverse company with 45 per cent female employees, local talents being appointed to senior positions and the company’s leadership team is composed of 81 per cent Cambodians and 63 per cent of them are female.
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