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Training+ppts

  1. 1. INTRODUCTION TO NESTLE• Nestle was founded in 1867 in Geneva, Switzerland by Henri Nestle• He developed an infant formula for kids in areas where infant mortality rate was very high• In a very less passage of time, in 1874, he was exporting this product to 18 countries on five continents
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION TO NESTLE• In 1875, a group of businessmen from Vevey bought the business from him & thus created a limited society• Nestle is called “multinational of multinationals” as less than 2% of its revenue comes from domestic market• Today Nestle has 5oo factories worldwide and employs 2,50,000 people
  3. 3. NESTLE INDIA• In India Nestle started in 1912 as a trading house• Manufacturing started in 1961 in Moga• In Moga, Nestle educated and advised farmers regarding basic farming and animal husbandry practices• Nestle set up milk collection centres that ensured prompt collection and paid fair prices
  4. 4. FACTORIES IN INDIA MOGA FACTORY
  5. 5. FACTORIES IN INDIA MOGA FACTORY
  6. 6. CHOLADI FACTORY
  7. 7. NANJANGUD FACTORY
  8. 8. SAMALKHA FACTORY
  9. 9. PONDA FACTORY
  10. 10. BICHOLIM FACTORY
  11. 11. PANTNAGAR FACTORY
  12. 12. TAHLIWAL FACTORY
  13. 13. HEAD OFFICE(GURGAON)
  14. 14. VISION• “Respected, Trustworthy food, Nutrition, Health and Wellness Company” To rapidly build Nestle India as the respected and trustworthy leading food, nutrition, health, and wellness company ensuring long term sustainable and profitable growth
  15. 15. MISSIONNestle is dedicated to providing the best foods topeople throughout the day, throughout their lives,throughout the world. With our unique experienceof anticipating consumer’s needs and creatingsolutions, Nestle contributes to your well-being andenhances your quality of life
  16. 16. BRANDS AND PRODUCTS
  17. 17. NESTLE MOGA• The Company started milk collection in Moga in 1961 with a collection of 511 Kgs of milk from 180 farmers• It has substantially expanded its operations with over 85,000 farmers in its own milk district• Nestle uses local raw materials and develops local resources wherever possible• Milk Collection Centres with farm cooling tanks to preserve the quality of milk were established by the company
  18. 18. NESTLE MOGA• Spread across 57 acres• Largest factory amongst 500 Nestle factories worldwide• 4 production plants in the factory 1. Milk Operations 2. Cereals 3.Instant Drinks ( Vending Machines) 4.Culinary
  19. 19. SWOT ANALYSISSTRENGTHS• Parent Support• Product Innovtion• Brand StrengthWEAKNESSES• Supply Chain
  20. 20. OPPORTUNITIES• Expansion• Product OfferingsTHREATS• Competition• Rising prices of raw materials
  21. 21. EXPORTS TO COUNTRIES• RUSSIA• JAPAN• USA• HUNGARY
  22. 22. SALES OF NESTLE INDIA• GROSS SALES IN YEAR 2011-76735.77 million• Domestic sales- 72777.89 million• Exports-3957.87 million
  23. 23. ORGANISATION CHART OF MOGA FACTORY
  24. 24. SECRETARY FM PRODUCTION MANGER MILK PRODUCTION MANAGER PRODUCTION MANAGER CULINARY HR MANAGER FACTORY CONTROLLER INDUSTRY PERFORMANCE MANAGER QUALITY ASSURANCE MANAGERFACTORYMANAGER NQAC MANAGER SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGER ENGINEERING MANAGER CORPORATE AFFAIRS MANAGER AGRI SERVICES MANAGER SHARED SERVICES MANAGER
  25. 25. CHART OF HR DEPATMENT HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEREMPLOYEE EMPLOYEE RECRUITMENT TECHNICAL COMPENSATIONRELATION WELFARE & TRAINING MANGER MANAGERMANAGER MANAGER MANAGER
  26. 26. QUALITY POLICY• Build trust by offering products and services that match consumer expectation and preference• Comply with all internal and external food safety, regulatory and quality requirements• Gain a zero-defect, no-waste attitude by everyone in our company• Make quality a group-wide objective
  27. 27. PROJECT• A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE IN MOGA
  28. 28. WELFARE ACTIVITIES• Summer camps• Sports• Family day• Health camps• Sweets on national days• Education subsidy• Loans• Retirement party• Canteen• Earned leave• National holidays• Uniforms• Laundry
  29. 29. WELFARE ACTIVITIES• Lockers & rest rooms• Dispensary & health care• Accident/ first-aid boxes• Medical scheme• Maternity leave• Infant feed• Trainees hostel• Recreation club• Staff sales• Long service awards• Self education scheme• Staff welfare & benefit fund• Bonus payment
  30. 30. SUMMER CAMP 2012
  31. 31. ObjectiveTo offer opportunities to the family members ofemployees to:• Unleash their talent• Explore their creativity• New realms of learning and discovering the best• Enjoy their summer holidays with fun• Have get-together with friends
  32. 32. Highlights• Duration – 2 weeks, June 11th to 24th• 4 Age Groups – 6-10 yrs, 11-15 yrs, 16-20 yrs, Above 20 yrs/Spouses• Total 18 courses for different age groups• 1 new course on Gift Packing is introduced• Four Venues – Sacred Heart School, Food Craft, BetterThink, Nestle Recreation Club• 830 Participants• Commencement of courses on June 11th• Closing ceremony on Sunday, June 24th
  33. 33. Courses, Faculty Members & CoordinatorsCourse Faculty Member (M/s) Coordinator (M/s)Little Joe’s Fun School Dr Shilpa Suri Aanchal Garg/Richu SinglaYES:Youth Empowerment SkillsWomen’s Summer Shop Dr Shilpa SuriYoga & Meditation Harvinder Paul Singh Dalveer Kaur/Rajwinder KaurDesign of Garments NIFD Centre Sumit Thind/Bindia JainBeauty Care Suman Dhand Shalica Bajaj/Dibjot KaurLearn Computer Shallu Singla/Manpreet K Rupinder K/Mandeep K/NiruTips on Gift Packing Rajani Garg Ritika Sharma/GagandeepLearn Singing Shanu/Jimmy Amandeep Kaur/Satwinder K
  34. 34. Courses, Faculty Members & CoordinatorsCourse Faculty Member (M/s) Coordinator (M/s)Tips on Healthy Cooking Jaspreet Kalra Ruchi Wadhwa/PriyankaGidha Gagandeep Kaur Navneet Kaur/Ravinder KaurBhangra Maninder Singh Saurav Gupta/Harpreet SinghTheatre & Drama Amit/Ajay Kumar Tania Jain/Rishu KochharIndian Dance Seema Sharma Harveen MaanPop/Folk Dance Seema Sharma Sukhpal Kaur/Sandeep KaurArt & Craft Priya Mittal Amandeep Kaur/Rishu GuptaChess Coaching Vinod Sharma Veerpal Kaur/Harmanjit KaurCricket Coaching Harvinder Kumar Kapil Grover/Baljinder SinghBasics of IELTS BetterThink Vimal Verma/Saloni
  35. 35. Course TimingsCourse No. of Participants TimingsLittle Joe’s Fun School 34 8 am to 9 amYES:Youth Empowerment Skills 41 9.15 am to 10.15 amWomen’s Summer Joy Shop 26 10.30 am to 11.30 amYoga & Meditation 63 5.30 am to 6.30 amBasics of IELTS 50 8 am to 12.15 pmDesign of Garments 66 8 am to 10.15 amBeauty Care 68 8 am to 10.15 amLearn Computer 59 8 am to 11.30 amTips of Gift Packing 15 8 am to 10 amLearn Singing 16 8 am to 10 am
  36. 36. Course TimingsCourse No. of Participants TimingsGidha 29 10.15 am to 12 pmBhangra 49 6.00 am to 7.30 amTheatre & Drama 60 8 am to 10 amTips on Healthy Cooking 69 8 am to 12.15 pmIndian Dance 23 10.30 am to 12.30 pmPop/Folk Dance 53 8 am to 10.15 amArt & Craft 11 8 am to 10 amChess Coaching 52 8 am to 10.15 amCricket Coaching 46 6 am to 8.15 am
  37. 37. Role of Coordinators(Trainees)• Daily attendance of participants of respective course• Ensure cleanliness/proper set-up of their classroom• Support Faculty members in terms of routine arrangements• Liaison with other coordinators and participants for better functioning• Ensure smooth service of drinking water/refreshment to all participants• Support in proper distribution of Course Kit, Participation certificate and gift pack• Attend Daily feedback meeting in the school after the course is over• Support during cultural function – Closing Ceremony
  38. 38. FINDINGS OF THE STUDY• Participants are satisfied with the nestle’s efforts for employee welfare• A large number of participants are coming in summer camp for 6-7 years and they want to join the summer camp in the coming years also.• Participants are very happy for the refreshment that is served during the camp daily• Participants appreciate the efforts of course coordinator to support them and help them in solving their grievances
  39. 39. LEARNINGS• Learned what type of activities a company can pursue to satisfy or motivate their employees• Learned how to coordinate and manage an event• In summer camp their used to be lot of grievances of participants and I tried to solve them. So learned how to handle grievances• Saw the functioning of various dapartments

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