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Mondelez International is rooted in the National
Dairy Products Corporation (National Dairy),
which was founded on December 10, 1923, by Thomas H. McInnerney. The company was formed to execute a rollup strategy in the fragmented
United States ice cream industry, and with acquisitions it expanded into the full range of dairy products.
United States ice cream industry, and with acquisitions it expanded into the full range of dairy

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TANG SECTORAL INFORMATION

 

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Porter’s Five Forces Model

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COMPANY INFORMATION

 

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Company Snapshot

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Mondelez International: SWOT Analysis C. Mondelez International, Inc

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Company

Profile

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Top Competitors for Mondelez International, Inc

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Corporate Financial News Releases Marketing SWOT analysis of tang juice Marketing mix of tang:

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4P’s of marketing mix PLC of tang BUSINESS FINANCE Change in direct and indirect expenses Change in fixed assests Working capital Debt equity ratio for the quarter HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Skill Set Required in a Company JOB DESCRIPTION AND JOB SPECIFICATION Recruitment Sources SELECTION PROCESS INDUCTION PROGRAMS Staff/officers/managers TYPES OF TRAINING

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Recruitment sources of company Performance Appraisal Model:

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THE APPRAISAL PROCESS Employee Benefits Provided:

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SECTORAL INFORMATION

FAST MOVING CONSUMER GOODS

1. MARKET OVERVIEW

Evolution of FMCG-

MOVING CONSUMER GOODS 1. MARKET OVERVIEW Evolution of FMCG- REFERENCE FROM :https://www.ibef.org  FMCG is the

REFERENCE FROM :https://www.ibef.org

FMCG is the 4th largest sector in the Indian economy

The number of online users in India is likely to cross 850 million by 2025.

People are gracefully embracing Ayurveda products, which has resulted in growth of fmcg major, Patanjali Ayurveda, the company aims to expand globally in the next 5 to 10 years.

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THREE MAIN SECTORS OF FMCG

Food and B e v e r a g e s Healthcare Household and Personal

Food and Beverages

Food and B e v e r a g e s Healthcare Household and Personal Care

Healthcare

Food and B e v e r a g e s Healthcare Household and Personal Care

Household and Personal Care

FOOD AND BEVERAGES

It accounts for 19 peercent of the sector

HEALTH CARE

It accounts for 31 percent of the sector.

This segment includesOTC products and ethicals.

HOUSEHOLD AND PERSONAL CARE

It accounts for 50 per cent of the sector.

This segment includes health beverages, staples/cereals, bakery products, snacks, chocolates etc.

This segment includes oral care, hair care, skin care, cosmetics/deodorants, perfumes, feminine hygiene and paper products, Fabric wash, household cleaners.

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GROWTH IN FMCG SECTOR

6 MONDELEZ INTERNATIONAL GROWTH IN FMCG SECTOR https://www.ibef.org • The FMCG sector in India generated revenues

https://www.ibef.org

The FMCG sector in India generated revenues worth US$ 49 billion in 2016.

By 2020, the revenues of the sector are forecasted to reach US$ 104 billion

In 2016, revenues for FMCG sector stood at US$ 49 billion.

In the long run, with the system becoming more transparent and

easily compliable, demonetisation is expected to benefit organised players in the FMCG

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REVENUE SHARES IN INDIA

7 MONDELEZ INTERNATIONAL REVENUE SHARES IN INDIA  Hair Care is the leading segment, accounting for

Hair Care is the leading segment, accounting for 23 per cent of the overall market in terms of revenue.

Food Products is the 2nd leading segment of the sector accounting for 19 percent followed by health supplements and oral care which has a market share of 16 percent and 15 percent.

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Porter’s Five Forces Model

Bargaining Power of Suppliers
Bargaining Power of Suppliers

Low Big FMCG companies are able to dictate the prices through local sourcing from a fragmented group of key commodity suppliers

THREAT TO SUBSTITUTES  High – Presence of multiple brands  Narrow product differentiation under
THREAT TO SUBSTITUTES
 High – Presence of multiple
brands
 Narrow product differentiation
under many brands
 Price war
Competitive Rivalry  High – Private label brands by retailers are priced at a discount
Competitive Rivalry
 High – Private label brands
by retailers are priced at a
discount to mainframe brands
limits competition for the
weak brands
Bargaining Power of Buyers  High – Low switching cost induces the customers’ product shift
Bargaining Power of Buyers
 High – Low switching cost induces
the customers’ product shift
 Influence of marketing strategies
Threat of New Entrants  Medium – Huge investments in setting up distribution network and
Threat of New Entrants
 Medium – Huge investments in
setting up distribution network and
promoting brands
 Spending on advertisements is
aggressive

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COMPANY INFORMATION

Company Snapshot

MONDELEZ INTERNATIONAL COMPANY INFORMATION Company Snapshot  Mondelez International, Inc., through its subsidiaries,

Mondelez International, Inc., through its subsidiaries, manufactures and markets snack food and beverage products worldwide.

It offers biscuits, including cookies, crackers, and salted snacks; chocolates; gums and candies; coffee and powdered beverages; and cheese and grocery products.

The company’s primary snack brand portfolio includes Nabisco, Oreo, LU, and belVita biscuits; Cadbury, Milka, Cadbury Dairy Milk, and Toblerone chocolates; Trident gums; Halls candies; and Tang powdered beverages.

The company was formerly known as Kraft Foods Inc. and changed its name to Mondelez International, Inc. in October 2012. Mondelez International, Inc. was founded in 2000 and is based in Deerfield, Illinois. Presently 90,000 employees associated to company.

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Mondelez International: SWOT Analysis

MONDELEZ INTERNATIONAL Mondelez International: SWOT Analysis STRENGTHS The company’s market dominance appears

STRENGTHS

The company’s market dominance appears unlikely to slip, either, given the company’s emphasis on innovation -- it routinely modifies core products when it sells them overseas, so as to make them better fit local tastes -- and distribution growth.

WEAKNESSES Uneven Execution: Mondelez has been hampered by capacity constraints in certain overseas markets, such
WEAKNESSES
Uneven Execution: Mondelez has been hampered by capacity constraints in certain overseas markets, such
as India. Pricing missteps, most notably in Brazil and Russia, have also been something of a problem. Indeed,
in some cases, they enabled low-cost rivals to steal business.
OPPORTUNITIES Emerging Markets: About 40% of the top line comes from developing markets, which puts
OPPORTUNITIES
Emerging Markets: About 40% of the top line comes from developing markets, which puts Mondelez on
par with multinational behemoths like The Coca-Cola Company (KO - Free Coca-Cola Stock Report).
THREATS Commodity Pressures: Rising input costs are a threat to Mondelez, as they are to
THREATS
Commodity Pressures: Rising input costs are a threat to Mondelez, as they are to most food processors. One
potential headwind worth watching is coffee prices, which appear set to rise significantly because of drought
and fungus in Brazil and large coffee-producing countries

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C. Mondelez International, Inc.

Company Profile

One of the world's largest snack companies, Mondelez International owns a pantry of billion-dollar brands such as Cadbury and Milka chocolates; LU, Nabisco, and Oreo biscuits; Trident gum; and Tang powdered beverages. The company's portfolio includes global, national, and regional brands, many of which are more than 100 years old. Biscuits (cookies, crackers, and salted snacks) and chocolate account for most of the company’s sales. Mondelez, which operates worldwide, generates most of its revenue outside the US.

SALES & MARKETING

GEOGRAPHIC

OPERATIONS

Mondelez's portfolio of food and snack brands are organized into five product categories. Its two
Mondelez's portfolio of
food and snack brands
are organized into five
product categories. Its
two largest, biscuits
(cookies, crackers and
salted snacks) and
chocolate, together
account for about 70%
of total revenue. The
remaining product
categories include gum
& candy (some 15%),
cheese & grocery
(nearly 10%), and
beverages (about 5%).
Mondelez has some
Mondelez sells its
150 manufacturing
and processing
facilities in more than
50 countries,
primarily in Europe
and the AMEA
region. It also has
about 130
distribution centers,
nearly two-thirds
located in North
America.
candy, snacks, and
beverages through
supermarket chains,
wholesalers,
supercenters,
warehouse clubs,
mass merchandisers,
convenience stores,
drug stores, and
other retail food
outlets. The company
also sells through
independent sales
offices and agents in
some of its
international
locations.

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Top Competitors for Mondelez International, Inc.

The Procter &

Gamble Company

UNILEVER PLC

Company

The Kraft Heinz Company”

• The Procter & Gamble Company (P&G) boasts dozens of billion-dollar brands for home and
The Procter & Gamble Company (P&G) boasts dozens of
billion-dollar brands for home and health. The world's
largest maker of consumer packaged goods divides its
business into five global segments that comprise its vast
portfolio of hair, skin and personal, oral, family,
feminine, and baby care product lines
oral, family, feminine, and baby care product lines • Unilever PLC, along with its Dutch counterpart,
oral, family, feminine, and baby care product lines • Unilever PLC, along with its Dutch counterpart,

Unilever PLC, along with its Dutch counterpart, Unilever N.V., constitute a global food, personal care, and

household products powerhouse. The group's vast

portfolio of consumer products includes more than a dozen global brands, including Hellmann's (mayonnaise), Knorr (soups), Lipton (tea), and Dove and Lux (soaps), that each ring up more than 1 billion)in sales

• Bringing together packaged food giants Kraft Foods and H.J. Heinz, The Kraft Heinz Company
• Bringing together packaged food giants Kraft Foods and
H.J. Heinz, The Kraft Heinz Company is one of the largest
food and beverage companies in the world

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Corporate Financial News Releases

Google And OREO Team Up To Reveal Android OREO •New Android O Operating System Named
Google And OREO Team Up To Reveal Android
OREO
•New Android O Operating System Named After
World's Favorite Cookie, OREO
•EAST HANOVER, N.J., Google revealed that the next
version of its mobile operating system, Android, is
named after the world's favorite cookie 1 - Android
OREO. Historically, Google has named each
successive Android release after sweet treats like
Eclair, Ice Cream Sandwich and most recently, Nougat.
The Android OREO release marks a global
collaboration between the OREO brand and Google,
which kicks off with the debut of the Android OREO
superhero — a new character who personifies the
powers of this iconic duo and the features of the new
operatin
•system.
Mondelēz International Named to the Dow Jones Sustainability Index •Continued strong performance driven by focus
Mondelēz International Named to the Dow Jones
Sustainability Index
•Continued strong performance driven by focus on
driving growth and building positive impact for people
and planet l Reflects company's commitment to
accelerate action against climate change and reduce its
global carbon footprint
•DEERFIELD, Ill., Sept. 12, 2017 (GLOBE
NEWSWIRE) -- Mondelēz International
(NASDAQ:MDLZ) has once again been named to the
Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI) for both the
North America and World indices. The DJSI is a
globally recognized independent benchmark that
conducts comprehensive assessments of a company's
economic, environmental and social performance with
a strong focus on long-term value creation for
shareholders

Mondelēz International Opens Newest R&D Hub in Poland Wroclaw facility is part of company's $65 million investment in its global Technical Center network to accelerate growth and innovation WROCLAW, Poland, June 07, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Mondelēz International today inaugurated its newest global Technical Center in Wroclaw, Poland. This state-of-the-art facility will support new products and technologies for many of the company's iconic Power Brands, including Milk and Cadbury Dairy Milk chocolate as well as Oreo, belVita and Barni biscuits.

NEWS

Mondelēz International Names Glen Walter EVP and President, North America CPG Veteran Brings Extensive Brand-Building and Commercial Expertise to Role l Tim Cofer to Return Full Time to Role as Chief Growth Officer DEERFIELD, Ill., Oct. 25, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Mondelēz International today announced that Glen Walter, 49, will join the company next month and become Executive Vice President and President, North America. In this role, he will be responsible for leading the company's $7 billion business in the United States and Canada, which includes Power Brands such as Oreo and belVita biscuits; Triscuit and Good Thins crackers, Trident gum and Halls cough drops.

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Marketing

SWOT analysis of tang juice

Strengths: Weaknesses: •Maintains water-electrolyte balance and provides instant energy •Acts as a source of
Strengths:
Weaknesses:
•Maintains water-electrolyte balance and provides
instant energy
•Acts as a source of essential nutrients and provides
immunity from diseases
•Sold in small packs which are more convenient foe
shopkeepers as it takes less shelf space
•Competitively economic and easy to buy
•Strong distribution network
•Economic price
•Seasonal variation with respect to sales (Ramadan and
summers)
•Advertisements lack creativity
•Lack of variety in flavors

SWOT

lack creativity •Lack of variety in flavors SWOT Opportunities: Threats: •Population of Pakistan is
Opportunities: Threats: •Population of Pakistan is increasing at a considerable rate per year •Target multiple
Opportunities:
Threats:
•Population of Pakistan is increasing at a considerable
rate per year
•Target multiple types of consumers
•Growing health awareness
•Introduce new flavors to boost sales
•Growing competition in instant drink industry
•Increasing cost of advertisement
•Rising cost raw materials and ingredients
•Growing preference for fresh juice

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Marketing mix of tang:

Tang Juice as the name suggests is associated with beverage industry. It was formulated for
Tang Juice as the name suggests is associated with beverage industry. It was formulated for the
first time in the year 1957 by William A Mitchel, a food scientist at General Foods Corporation.
Tang Juice was marketed in the year 1959 in its powdered form. Currently, it is a subsidiary brand
of its parent company Mondelez international. Tang is a global leader in powdered drink mix
category. It faces competition from the following:
Rasna
Nimo pani
Thanda Orange
Energile
Sunsip

4P’s of marketing mix

Product:

Tang Juice is a beverage with fruit flavors and great taste. It is sold in both ready-to-drink and powdered form and both have the same taste. It does not contain caffeine contents and is also available in sugar-free version since the year 1985.

In the year 2007 new variant of Tang was introduced with artificial sweeteners. Tang offers a real drink with high nutrition content of vitamin C and minerals like zinc and iron. Some of its popular variants are based on local preferences and tastes. Tang Juice is available in 14-ounce and 7-ounce glass jars. Its variants in different parts of world are as follows

 Orange  Strawberry  Peach  Tangerine  Lime  Mango  Orange Pineapple
 Orange
 Strawberry
 Peach
 Tangerine
 Lime
 Mango
 Orange Pineapple
 Orange kiwi
 Orange Strawberry
 Grape
 Tropical Passionfruit
 Cashew
 Guava
 Orange banana

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 Wild Berry
 Wild Berry

Place

Tang Juice started its operation from American soil in the year 1957 and was launched in the overseas market at Venezuela in the year 1959. It has spread its product presence to emerging markets in Middle- East, China, Asia and Central and Eastern European countries. It is easily available in nearly thirty-five countries of the world like, India, France, China, Saudi Arabia, Romania, Egypt-Turkey, Philippines, Argentina, Vietnam, Indonesia and Brazil.

Tang Juice has manufacturing facilities in France and Mexico and its facility in India was opened in the year 2011. The brand has a strong and widespread distribution network and it also takes help of its parent company to distribute items far and wide. Channel includes services of manufacturers, retailers to reach consumers via discount stores, convenience stores, hyper markets, super markets, grocery stores and corner shops.

Price

Tang Juice is popular refreshment because of great taste and affordable rates. It is a
Tang Juice is popular refreshment because of great taste and
affordable rates. It is a billion dollar brand that has found
acceptance amongst common masses in the consumer market.
At the end of the financial year, 2015 Tang Juice had
estimated revenues of 900 million dollars with 25% of the
total revenues being earned by its orange flavor.

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Promotion

Tang Juice is a product for masses and the company has adopted aggressive and intensive
Tang Juice is a product for masses and the company has adopted aggressive and intensive brand
campaign to create positive visibility in the consumer market. Its ads are shown via newspapers,
magazines, billboards, television, radio, in-school events like sports day and children’s day and summer
campaigns at malls and theatres. Tang also advertises via social media platforms
in Twitter, YouTube and Facebook page.

PLC of tang

Introduction growth maturity decline Tang juice
Introduction
growth
maturity
decline
Tang juice
The Growth stage is the second of stage in the product life cycle, and for
The Growth stage is the second of stage in the product life cycle, and for
many manufacturers this is the key stage for establishing a product’s
position in a market, increasing sales, and improving profit margins. This is
achieved by the continued development of consumer demand through the
use of marketing and promotional activity, combined with the reduction of
manufacturing costs. The product tang is at its growth stage because it’s
trying to establish its position in the market and try to increase its sale and
improving its profit margin.

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BUSINESS FINANCE

2016 Total Revenue = $25,923,000

Gross Profit=

$10,128,000

Net Profit=

$1,659,000

Gross Profit Margin= 39.07% Net Profit Margin= 6.4%

Change in direct and indirect expenses

direct expenses

2016

2015

difference

% change

cost of revenue

15795000

18124000

2329000

12.8503642

other operating items

176000

181000

5000

2.76243094

Indirect expenses

2016

2015

difference

% change

sales, general and admin

6540000

7577000

1037000

13.6861555

non recurring item

852000

901000

49000

5.43840178

interest expenses

1115000

1013000

-102000

-10.069102

income tax

129000

593000

464000

78.2462057

other

176000

181000

5000

2.76243094

Change in fixed assests

 

Year

2016

2015

Fixed Assets

$8,229,000

 

$8,362,000

From the above data we can say that fixed assets are not purchased for the year 2016 instead it is discarded and the amount of discarded fixed assets is $133,000

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Working capital

current assets $8,480,000
current assets
$8,480,000
current liabilities $14,417,000
current liabilities
$14,417,000

Debt equity ratio for the quarter

Sept. 30, 2017 0.7158 June 30, 2017 0.7302 March 31, 2017 0.7161 Dec. 31, 2016
Sept. 30, 2017
0.7158
June 30, 2017
0.7302
March 31, 2017
0.7161
Dec. 31, 2016
0.6836
working capital -$5937000
working capital
-$5937000

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HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

1. Organization Structure

MONDELEZ INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT 1 . Organization Structure REFRENCE: https://www.theofficialboard.com

REFRENCE: https://www.theofficialboard.com

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Skill Set Required in a Company

A lot has been changed over the years in the MONDELEZ INTERNATIONAL. Due to the introduction of new technology and the breaking down of global and traditional industry barriers the method of doing business has been changed.

The Company generally want those individuals who have certain qualities and skills to be successful in the company. Skill Sets are as follows:

1. Plan and Focus: The employees should be focussed on achieving the goal of the organisation. He should give importance to the fulfilment of organisation goals than his personal goals

2. Training and Assessment.
2. Training and
Assessment.
3. Ambition and Risk-Taking: The employee should be ambitious and must have the ability to
3. Ambition and Risk-Taking: The
employee should be ambitious and must
have the ability to take up risks and
overcome them.
Commitment to employees and customers
4. The Company should be loyal to its
customers and give them the best products.
It should also be loyal to its employees by
providing them with the best work culture.
5. Attitude and Ethics: The
Company should abide by
its core value and ethics
The Company should abide by its core value and ethics Technical Skills Good Communication Skills Supervising
Technical Skills Good Communication Skills Supervising Skills Management Skills Negotiating Skills
Technical Skills
Good Communication Skills
Supervising Skills
Management Skills
Negotiating Skills

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JOB DESCRIPTION AND JOB SPECIFICATION

MONDELEZ INTERNATIONAL JOB DESCRIPTION AND JOB SPECIFICATION At Mondelēz International, they fearless in taking an

At Mondelēz International, they fearless in taking an unconventional approach to reaching our customers and consumers. Bold in asking the questions others are afraid to ask. Courageous in how

we find new ways to work with each other and our partners.

we find new ways to work with each other and our partners . Reference: https://careers.mondelezinternational.com

Marketing at Mondelez International is a globally connected function. they take on a hands-on marketing role to launch our brands in developed or developing markets, or take on a role that is more about sharpening our strategic focus, setting our marketing vision or inspiring others.

Marketing roles fall broadly into five areas:

Activation involves implementing the plans to engage with consumers and develop our customer base to meet our profit targets. Roles include Marketing Manager and Brand Manager.

Innovation focuses on finding new ways to market our brands. Progression could be from Innovation Manager to Innovation Director and then Innovation Vice-President.

Equity is about securing maximum value from the advantage of having well-known brands. Roles include Equity Manager and Brand Director.

Marketing Services takes a holistic view of our brands and provides vital support to maximize their profit potential. Roles include Marketing Services Manager and Marketing Services Director.

Cross-functional teams work across a number of brands in a given category, such as Biscuits or Chocolate. Roles include Key Account Manager, Sales Insight Specialist or Category Development Manager.

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23 MONDELEZ INTERNATIONAL Finance creates and protects value across all our activities. It plays a vital

Finance creates and protects value across all our activities. It plays a vital role in assessment and planning to meet our resourcing needs. And it manages the Profit & Loss of every area of our business, as well as maintaining compliance with financial regulations audit requirements and international tax laws, which vary in complexity.

and international tax laws, which vary in complexity. Reference: https://careers.mondelezinternational.com Finance

Reference: https://careers.mondelezinternational.com

Finance is organized into eight sub-functions, each of which offers a rewarding career path:

Finance Controlling manages the tools that allow us to evaluate actuals against forecasts. It assesses our financial effectiveness to keep our business on track and, ultimately, signs off our books. Entry roles include Internal Controls Analyst and Financial Accountant, with a path to roles such as Regional Financial Controller.

Tax ensures correctly reporting income for tax purposes, and remain in compliance with tax policies and laws. It includes income tax planning, income tax compliance and reporting, and tax governance. Entry roles include Tax Analyst, with a path to roles such as Director Tax.

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24 MONDELEZ INTERNATIONAL HR is shaping the future of Mondelēz International – driving top-tier financial

HR is shaping the future of Mondelēz International – driving top-tier financial performance, creating a ‘great place to work’ and developing the world-class capabilities to help us win in our key markets.

-class capabilities to help us win in our key markets . Reference: https://careers.mondelezinternational.com We

We have a global HR operating model that comprises three components: define and design

Define credible HR activists with a commercial focus partner leadership teams to drive business performance. They define and implement business and HR priorities, ensuring that we ‘play to win’ in our markets. Roles include HR VP and HR Business Leads for global functions, regions or countries.

Design Centers of Expertise (COE) design solutions, programs, tool and processes to support business priorities. They are trendsetters, enabling us to deliver the best in areas such as talent acquisition, learning & development, rewards & recognition and performance management. Roles range from Talent Management Specialist and Executive Compensation & Benefits Manager to Global Learning Manager and Region Rewards Manager.

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Word Of Mouth: More and more employers of all sizes acknowledge the power of word-of-mouth job referrals

Specialist Recruitment Agency: The recruitment agencies send prospect candidates fulfilling the job requirements for an interview. The use of a specialist recruitment advertising agency enables organizations to receive professional advice on media, design and copywriting specifically related to the recruitment process.

Advertisements: Recruitment advertisements may be the first impression of a company for many people, and the first impression the firm makes goes a long way to determining interest in the job opening being advertised.

Networking: Using networks to find talent and job candidates. When recruiting for talent, startups often compete with larger organizations although they have far fewer resources.

SELECTION PROCESS

Since all the three positions come with huge responsibilities the selection process needs to be precise and accurate.

1. Qualities to look for Intelligence 2. Humor 3. Presence Of mind 4. Compatibility Of
1. Qualities to look for Intelligence
2. Humor
3. Presence Of mind
4. Compatibility Of Candidate

INDUCTION PROGRAMS

Staff/officers/managers

This is carried at the very beginning when any new employee enters the office at any level.

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The department prepares a schedule for the employees as per which he is required to spend a specific time in each department which is also known as job rotation. He reports to the respective department head during this time.

The objective of the program is to familiarize the employee with the work culture of Mondelez international and its different departments and have overall view about the organization.

Workers Here the worker is called for a general shift for 2 days for working under a senior worker to familiarize him with the welfare facilities like punching card, canteen etc.

TYPES OF TRAINING

Most HR managers use a variety of these types of training to develop a holistic employee.

Technical or Technology Training

Depending on the type of job, technical training will be required. Technical training is a type of training meant to teach the new employee the technological aspects of the job.

Quality Training

In a production-focused business, quality training is extremely important. Quality training refers to familiarizing employees with the means of preventing, detecting, and eliminating non quality items, usually in an organization that produces a product

Skills Training

Skills training, the third type of training, includes proficiencies needed to actually perform the job. At Mondelez international skills training is mainly given to the workers or staffs .

Soft Skills Training

Soft skills refer to personality traits, social graces, communication, and personal habits that are used to characterize relationships with other people.

Professional Training and Legal Training

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Recruitment sources of company

Campus Recruitment :

Visiting educational and training institutes/campuses for recruitment

Headhunters :

Institute of engineers, All India Management Association, etc. provide placement service to the members.

Deputation :

Sending an employee to another organization for short period of two to three years

Word-of-mouth :

The word is passed around the vacancies or opening in the organization

Raiding or Poaching :

In this method the rival firms by offering terms and condition, try to attract qualified employees to join the company.

Performance Appraisal Model:

Performance appraisal may be defined as a structured formal interaction between a subordinate and supervisor, that usually takes the form of a periodic interview (annual or in which the work performance of the subordinate is examined and discussed, with a view to identifying weaknesses and strengths as well as opportunities for improvement and skills development.

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THE APPRAISAL PROCESS

Establishing PerformanceStandard

Communicate Performance expectations to employees

Discussion with the employees and identification development programs to bridge the gap.

Initiate action

Employee Benefits Provided:

Employee benefit services:

Mondelez international Industries provide an excellent platform for experienced professionals to enhance their careers with phenomenal learning experiences. They provide many benefits and services so that the employee can enjoy the working condition and have a great future in the organization.

ORGANIZATION PROVIDE BENEFITS TO MEET THE EMPLOYEE DEMAND, TRADE UNION DEMAND AND EMPLOYER PREFERENCE.

Benefits

Services

Premium Payments

Transportation Facilities

Employment Securities

Financial and Legal Services

Safety Benefits

Educational services

Health or medical benefits and Insurance

Flexible Time

Welfare and Recreational Facilities

Outplacement service

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Insurance Benefits

Cafeteria Service

Maternity Benefit

Child Care facilities

Organization Culture:

For a good working environment organization culture plays an important role. It has an effect
For a good working environment organization culture plays an
important role. It has an effect on the organizational work. The
employee needs to have a good working environment so that the
jobs which are allocated to them can perform efficiently. Many
employees have given feedback about the organization culture they
are having.

Currently Employed--- I have been working at Mondelez international Industries Limited full-time

Pros-- good work culture

---push you beyond your limit

Cons--- target is high

---low work life balance

Previously Employed--- I worked at Mondelez international Industries Limited full-time (More than 3 years)

Pros---Fast growing company

---Good opportunity to learn and grow

---Very ambitious growth plans for the company

---Top leadership is very good

---Improved employee benefits including Maternity leave- 6 months, work from home - 4 days a month etc.

Cons--- Chances to switch to different functions are break.

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