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Exceptional conditions for the employees, continuous investment in their professional growth and development, as well as caring for their health and well-being is what sets Japan Tobacco International (JTI) apart from other companies. That is why the company received Top employer certificate for the sixth time in a row as one of best employers in Serbia and wordlwide.

Milena Rajic, People and Culture Director said: „In the uncertain times that pandemic brought, our focus was on creating a safe environment and continuing to provide the best possible working conditions to our people. It was important for people to know that they are not alone but that they are part of one big team. We are honored by this recognition, and we will continue to learn about the wants and needs of our employees, providing them with opportunities to prosper in their careers, while staying themselves”.

“Despite the challenging year we have experienced, JTI has continued to demonstrate the power of putting their people first in the workplace. We are proud to share this year’s announcement and congratulate the organizations who have been certified in their respective countries through the Top Employers Institute program”, said David Plink, the CEO of the Top Employers institute.

This prestigious Dutch institute certifies companies based on best practices in the field of human resources. Certified companies must meet very strict criteria, including: Work Environment, Talent Acquisition, Diversity and Inclusion, Leadership Skills, Learning and Development, and others.

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