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For the seventh time in a row, Philip Morris Serbia has been awarded the “Top Employer Serbia 2022” Award from the Netherlands-based international independent Top Employer Institute.

This award is another confirmation of Philip Morris’ commitment to the constant improvement of the working environment through well-designed programs, aimed at empowering employees and providing them with outstanding opportunities for further development.

“The fact that we have won the title of one of the best employers in Serbia for the seventh time in a row confirms that our priorities are well set, and that people are our priority. We are exceptionally proud to be in the company of the most desirable employers at a time when companies around the world, without exception, have been undergoing one of the most challenging periods. This recognition motivates us to continue to care about all employees’ wellbeing and be an example of the organisation that respects and understands their needs,” noted Milica Jović, Director of Human Resources and Organisational Culture at Philip Morris Southeast Europe.

Milica Jović, Director of Human Resources and Organisational Culture at Philip Morris

Top Employers Institute’s programme certifies companies based on results of research about the best practices in the area of human resources. This reputable international institute conducts research in 6 areas consisting of 20 segments, including employee engagement planning, working environment, talent recruitment strategy, wellbeing, inclusivity, opportunities for further learning and development of employees.

“Looking back at another challenging year behind us, which has had a strong impact on organisations worldwide, Philip Morris has continued to prove that maintaining outstanding practices in the area of human resources is its priority. Philip Morris continues to encounter challenges of the highly volatile labour world while working tirelessly in order to have a positive impact on the lives of its employees. We are glad to recognise and reward the companies that have stood out as the best employers in their respective countries this year”, underlined David Plink, Top Employers Institute CEO.

About Top Employers Institute

Top Employers Institute is the leading global institute for issuing certificates to employers as the confirmation of impressive results achieved for employees. The certification programme enables companies to assess and improve conditions that they, as employers, provide for their employees.

Founded more than 30 years ago, the Netherlands-based international Top Employers Institute has recognised and rewarded the best practices of companies from all five continents so far. These certified Top Employers combined have a positive impact on the lives of more than eight million employees worldwide.

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