Benjie Yap, Unilever Philippines Chairman and CEO
We are makers of a better world.
“At Unilever Philippines, we place a premium on sustainability. This is not just reflected in the Sustainable Living programs that we are implementing to address major social concerns. We are also committed to sustainable agriculture and sustainable manufacturing practices. Moreover, we are looking at strategic investments in the Philippines to better serve Filipino families.”
For 90 years, Unilever Philippines has aimed to make sustainable living commonplace for 100 million Filipinos. We are a global fast moving consumer goods company that strives to create brands with purpose. Our products are essential aspects of everyday Filipino life - touching the lives of 9 out of 10 Filipino homes. Behind every brand, we are driven by people who aim to create purposeful, sustainable impact in the Philippines.
Beyond profit, Unilever Philippines upholds a culture of “Malasakit for All”, investing in Diversity & Inclusion efforts to employ over 2,000 people and provide over 10,000 Filipinos with jobs to Win with Purpose. We have been known as leaders in the field of business and sustainability through recognition from numerous awarding bodies.
Working for Unilever involves joining a company rooted in values of sustainability and Filipino community. We ensure global business creates local impact through brand building, employee engagement, and social responsibility. Join us and be a maker of a better business, better world, and a better you.
Ed Sunico, VP for Communication – Unilever SEA
We are makers of a better business.
“Building trust across communities and consumers is a way to move forward from today’s challenges. Through our purpose-driven brands, we continue to find ways to extend assistance and ‘malasakit’ where it is needed.”
What we offer
To help you be the best you can be, we have a number of support tools and programmes available to you, for example, an employee assistance programme and onsite gym or discounted gym memberships.
Our base salaries are reviewed against regional and local market conditions to maintain our competitive position. That’s not all! You could even receive an annual allowance. These vary by work level, location and nature of the role.
Whether you're a mom or dad caring for children or have responsibilities for looking after elderly parents or relatives, we want to support you in managing your work and family commitments through maternity and paternity leave
Julie Hudtohan, VP for Human Resources – Unilever Philippines
We are makers of a better you.
“Unilever trusts me with roles that stretch my capabilities and bring me to my performance edge. My first manager said, ‘Always go for roles that feel like shoes a size too big, Unilever will help you grow into them.’ 19 years later, they continue to make good on that promise and as a leader now myself, I too continue that legacy for others.”
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1. Purposeful Brands
Unilever Philippines has advocated for proper nutrition for every Filipino since 2001.
Rooted in the pillars of Parents, Partnerships, and Products, Knorr aims to reinvent food for humanity by being healthier for both people and the land.
The brand has created the Knorr Education Program (an effort to emphasize the role of parents in strengthening family nutrition), partnerships with the UN World Food Programme, and delicious products to continuously work towards this purpose in any way.
Click here to learn more about Unilever’s Brands with Purpose.
2. Powered by People
Unilever Philippines has consistently received one of the “HR Asia Best Companies to Work for in Asia” awards from 2018 to 2021.
The HR Asia Best Companies to Work for in Asia recognition is attained through thorough surveys that evaluate numerous employees’ insights on work environment, employee engagement levels, and best HR practices - emphasizing how Unilever is driven by people and brands with purpose.
Click here to learn more about careers at Unilever.
3. Scale for Good
Unilever Philippines is a market that aims to utilize renewable or recycled carbon (instead of carbon derived from fossil fuels) in our homecare products by 2030.
This aligns with Clean Future; a global program that aims to work towards net zero emissions from Unilever products in 2039 through reducing carbon footprint and practicing circular economy principles.
In the Philippines, this is actualized through the “Walastik sa Pasig” expanded plastic collection program in partnership with the City Government of Pasig.
Click here to learn more about Unilever’s Clean Future.
Connect with us
We’re always looking to connect with those who share an interest in a sustainable future.
Get in touch with Unilever PLC and specialist teams in our headquarters, or find contacts around the world.Contact us