Protecting people - how we do it

Our biggest asset is our people. We believe that becoming a more modern and attractive employer is key to attracting and retaining the talent we need to achieve our strategic ambitions. To that end, we are driving actions to ensure a diverse workforce and an inclusive culture, where all employees can thrive, and to promote learning and development.

We safeguard our employees, promoting OHS and wellbeing, as we work towards our ultimate goal of zero accidents and work-related ill health. We also work to protect and support people in the communities where we and our suppliers operate.


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Safe, healthy workplaces

We strive to ensure that individuals are free from harm during every project and activity. We believe that working as a team is the best way to achieve our aim of zero accidents and work-related illnesses.

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Diversity and inclusion

We aspire to a work culture in which diversity is integral, evident and valued for the benefits it brings us. Our business’s ongoing success is rooted in maintaining a truly diverse workforce, where every employee is respected, included, engaged and fully contributing.

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We want to attract the very best people, and we want our employees to enjoy long and rewarding careers with us. This means building a high-performance culture that encourages people to thrive and succeed.

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Engagement and recognition

Our success depends on our people performing at their best – and for this they need to feel motivated, connected and valued. By making sure our employees are engaged, we create a culture of personal responsibility, diversity and innovation.

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Our work to protect people extends into our communities, for example our work around child health and nutrition, sustainable livelihoods and economic development.


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Adapting to new ways of working

Phil Read, Senior Vice President of Human Resources, shares his insights on how the new reality following COVID-19 requires a balanced and flexible approach to keep employees safe whilst supporting our customers the best way possible.

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Health and environment concerns converge

A Tetra Pak research study reveals that two on the two most pressing consumer demands – the environment and health – are converging, creating new opportunities for food and beverage brands going forward.

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Flexible working roll-out

Growing numbers of Tetra Pak personnel around the world are benefiting from flexible working arrangements (FWA) as part of an ongoing initiative aimed at giving employees more say in where, when and how they work.