JTI one of the top employers in Serbia

For the fourth consecutive year, Japan Tobacco International (JTI) company officially received the Certificate from the Top Employers Institute for Exceptional Terms that provides to its employees.

From a flexible working time that has become an imperative when it comes to the balance between work and private life to numerous career opportunities from Switzerland to Brazil – these are just some of the features that JTI creates for employees. These and many other features of the work environment have once again won the recognition of the independent Top Employers Institute as the best working practices in Serbia.

“We are committed to always be competitive on the market, which has ensured that we have top talent in our company. The job does not end there, because we continually improve the conditions that ensure the well-being and further professional development of our employees who are our biggest resource. Last year alone, 12% of employees have been upgraded, many have begun a successful international career in high positions, we have access to the latest business practices and trainings, private health insurance program and much more. All this is the reason why JTI was awarded the Top Employer Award for the fourth year in a row, “said Viktor Veklič, Vice President and CEO of JTI for the Western Balkans, adding that the process of awarding this award is increasingly tough every year. one more reason to be proud in the JTI.

David Plink, Managing Director of Top Employers Institute, said: “I believe that the companies that received the recognition in 2019 have shown exceptional conditions that they provide to their employees and encourage the development of these practices by putting their employees in the forefront. Exceptional commitment and excellence in human resources, and because of this they are recognised as employers who are elected “.

About Top Employers Institute

Founded over 25 years ago, the Top Employers Institute has honoured more than 1,500 companies in 118 countries. These companies positively affect the lives of more than six million employees worldwide. As an independent awarding company in the field of human resources, Top Employers Institute assesses participants through the Global Survey on Best Human Resource Surveys. To be recognised, companies must successfully meet the minimum requirements set by the Top Employers Institute.