JTI (Japan Tobacco International) is one of only 15 global Top Employers recognized for outstanding HR policies and practices worldwide by Top Employers Institute In 2023.
This recognition acknowledges that our people are at the heart of everything we do, the progress we continue to make to improve employee wellbeing, and our focus on diversity and inclusion.
We successfully implemented several projects to create a better work environment for employees:
- NWOW – New Ways Of Working – Project that allows employees to decide their work location and timing – specifically when and from where they would like to work. This approach is based on trust and helps employees to develop a more balanced work-life blend.
- Equal Family Leave Policy – 20 weeks fully paid leave for respective employees, regardless of gender.
- Quick Rewards Program / Inspire Awards – Opportunity for any JTI employee to nominate their colleagues to both: monetary and non-monetary awards.
- Make It Bright Challenge! – a project where the students get remarkable experience by interacting with the business world. The challenge winners get an international paid internship and can even become JTI employees afterward.
Sergey Bouksa, General Manager of Belarus & Caucasus Cluster, mentions that more than 60 JTI countries have been successfully certified. He celebrates the incredible work of JTI Armenia’s employees:
Japan Tobacco International (JTI) is a leading international tobacco and vaping company selling its products in more than 130 countries. It is the global owner of both Winston, the number two cigarette brand in the world, and Camel, outside the USA. Other global brands include MEVIUS and LD.
JTI is also a major player in the international vaping market with its heated tobacco brand, Ploom, and e-cigarette brand, Logic. Headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland, the Company employs about 48,000 people and was awarded Global Top Employer for the ninth consecutive year. JTI is a member of the JT Group of Companies.