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Pension plan. I mean what other employer provides pension for their employees??? However salary is not competitive with other FMCG
Wide benefits coverage but value may not be adequate
Bonus package is miserable and unexpected for a MNC like Nestle. Other than AWS, the overall annual package is low due to the lower than average basic pay which does not even meet market rate.
Good supervisor who cares about my welfare and work life balance. As an intern, not much benefits like full time.
Overall package is attractive and competitive with dental and wellness welfare benefits. Starts with 18 days of annual leave. Has a revised pension scheme that is not as attractive as in the past.
A one time Housing interest subsidy and Moving expenditure loan is available for full time staff. Annual wellness benefit of up to 400 per staff
pension scheme available but will only be entitled to the pension if you have worked for at least 10 years
The monthly KPI which is realistic as the bosses will set one that is reflective of the actual sales environment unlike many companies setting an ideal KPI that their staffs do not bother to care as they are unachievable. 1 month of completion bonus after completing 14 days of annual leave but cannot en-cash nor carry over more than 4 days to next year or totally cannot carry over... 14 days of paid sick leave (which I dun take) No dental benefit and allowable medical claim amount is small, so dun even bother to claims No compassionate leave for contract staffs
Very conservative when it comes to employee benefits offered while aiming to be number one in most of the other business related aspects.
Not much I can tell as I was only and intern but there was lots of goodies being given out to the employees during festive seasons and celebrations.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.
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