NESTLÉ BETS ON GENDER BALANCE ACCELERATION PLAN

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Béatrice Guillaume-Grabisch, global head of human resources and business services at Nestlé, gives hints on how the food giant will fight unconscious biases to give women more opportunities to grow in their careers. At a panel co-hosted by Universum and CNNMoney Switzerland, she also took direct questions from students.

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