The company expanded its medical advantages category to homosexual partners earlier this year
Mondelez India is India’s largest company of chocolates. They produce some of the top brands such as Cadbury Dairy Milk, Cadbury 5 Star, Cadbury Bournvita and Oreo.
Mondelez India has announced progressive policy transformation with its community medicines policy, with chocolates, drinks, biscuits, and candy goods, to include live-in partners with the objective that its existing diversity and inclusion initiatives which continue to be enhanced.
The organisation expanded its community claims benefits to homosexual spouses by earlier in the year with the ongoing attempt to continually develop and respond to societal changes.
Mondelez India is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive workplace culture, which encourages all colleagues to be themselves and to fulfil their full potential. Deepak Iyer, President, India, Mondelěz International, said. The shifting needs of our emerging staff to further release and motivate them are continuously being expressed, as evidenced by the expansion to live partners of our community drug-claim policies. Our long-standing dedication to our colleagues, community and society would contribute to better business success while helping us live our dream as we lead to snacking in the future.
Mahalakshmi R., Director of Human Resources, Mondelez India adds, “Mondelez India has always had a vital role to play in diversity and inclusion and today, in addition to our adoptive children and their dependent domestic partners, we are very pleased to take another step forward in extending our community medicines strategy. This follows the news earlier in this year of a similar policy rework for similar-sex couples. This enables colleagues to collaborate in their true colours, respecting the different viewpoints of all # MakeItUniquelyYours.
Even before liberalisation in the 1980s, Mondelez India voluntarily adopted a policy of gender diversity. The expanded benefits of the strategy are the latest in a series of changes over the past year, in which Mondelez India switched to a Family Floater Model for the first time, expanding the profit umbrella for its peers and reinforcing the diverse and inclusive culture of the company.