Founded in 1867 by Henri Nestlé, the Nestlé Company is the world’s largest food company, and among the world's 40 largest corporations. Today, Nestlé Canada Inc. employs approximately 3,600 people in 21 manufacturing, sales and distribution sites across the country. It is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Nestlé S.A.; its annual Canadian sales in 2010 were approximately $1.85 billion. We have factories or operations in almost every country in the world.
We’re truly international. When you work at Nestlé Canada Inc., you are part of a global team – a team that wants to see you thrive as an individual. This enables people to develop new skills and evolve existing skill sets while benefiting from 135 years of business experience. No matter what your job is, Nestlé Canada Inc. provides an opportunity for you to push your limits. We offer all members of the Nestlé team superior working conditions, the opportunity for continuous learning and professional development, and an exciting career filled with possibilities.Our organization is grouped into key divisions, each charged with developing and marketing some of the country's best-known brands .
Our business culture is rooted in the simple idea that employees should feel involved. Involvement motivates, increases job satisfaction and contributes to personal growth. If you want to be part of a high-performance, socially responsible company that’s committed to people, quality, action, and a high level of communication, you have found
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