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Equipping people with the skills and mindset to thrive in an evolving workplace

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Not just another day in the office

Two years ago Unilever launched a transformation programme to ensure that workplaces were accessible, sustainable and ready to meet the needs of its hybrid workforce. We checked in for a progress report.

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Introducing our newest WEF Lighthouse factory in India

Thanks to cutting-edge technology and outstanding teamwork, our Sonepat site in India has been named one of the world’s most digitally advanced factories by the World Economic Forum. Here’s how our newest member of the prestigious Global Lighthouse Network is delivering for business, people and planet.

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Empowering Gen Z with four future-fit skills for the workplace

Unlocking future workplace opportunities requires upskilling at scale. Unilever is working to ensure 10 million young people are equipped by 2030. Discover the skills employers want and why they matter, according to Nitin Paranjpe, Chief People & Transformation Officer.

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Reaching ice cream lovers anytime, anywhere

Fulfilling a craving for ice cream used to require being in-store or near an ice cream van. Unilever’s Ice Cream Now (ICNOW) teams are working to change that. Whether you’re online, in transit, in a virtual world or exploring earth’s atmosphere, they’ll find a way to deliver.

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Shining a light on our first Lighthouse factory in India

As the first FMCG factory in India to join the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) Global Lighthouse Network, the Unilever Dapada factory, lying north of Mumbai, is a beacon of tech-driven efficiency, innovation and empowerment. There are many reasons why. Here are the top five.

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