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‘Only 3 months following Thai law’
‘They support on work from home’
‘You need to work for 1 year first to get 6 days holiday. In my first year if i leave i need to take leave without pay’
Company offers very good medical insurance and also salary is paid on 21st of the month which is very unique.
Good in term of bonus, incentive, salary, supporting management, Negative is very slow career growth.
It was a great experience in overall but could have been better, The work culture here is pretty great too
Best - Medical insurance ( which is unlimited), worst - Hierarchical organisation
The company is liberal in terms of benefits offered. There is medical insurance for all family members, retirals are one of the best in the industry with good VPF and pension opportunities.
Fulfilling the kpi of plant, one gets good benefits from organization. Targets are given to each member in team and at year end kpi are measured against each.
The company has this amazing policy of a sabbatical. Employees with more than 3 years of experience can use this option to pursue personal interests.
Caring up to an extent. Overall very good benefits for the employees of emerging markets.
Insurance covers dental & eye Yearly bonus worth 2 salaries
Best things: Option to work from home, competitive salaries, participation in Unilever shares scheme Worst things: Not so great increments and many bloated components making up the CTC
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.
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