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JTI Azerbaijan awarded top employers certification

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Baku, March 10, AZERTAC

JTI in Azerbaijan was awarded the Top Employers Azerbaijan 2016 and Top Employers Europe 2016 and Top Employers Asia Pacific 2016 and Top Employers Global 2016 certification by Top Employers Institute. “Our comprehensive independent research revealed that JTI in Azerbaijan provides exceptional employee conditions, nurtures and develops talent throughout all levels of the organisation and has demonstrated its leadership status in the HR environment, always striving to optimise its employment practices and to develop its employees,” the Top Employers Institute said.

“Our extensive research concluded that JTI in Azerbaijan forms part of a select group of employers that advance employee conditions worldwide,” Dennis Utter, Global Business Director for the Top Employers Institute. “Their people are well taken care of. Now that they have received the Top

Employers 2016 certification, they can truly consider themselves at the top of an exclusive group of the world’s best employers.”

“We are extremely happy to receive certification that proves that JTI is the Employer of choice,“ says Irine Vorobyova, HR Director of JTI Caucasus. “Celebrating this achievement, JTI strives at excellence of working conditions, offering to diverse team of employees interesting trainings, international experience and friendly and collaborative environment.”

JTI is a member of the Japan Tobacco Group of Companies, a leading international tobacco product manufacturer listed in Fortune’s Global 500. JTI has about 26,000 employees across the world representing more than 100 nationalities. The company markets world-renowned brands in more than 120 countries. Based in the capital of Azerbaijan, Baku, the Representative Office of “JTI CAUCASUS” Limited Liability Company in the Republic of Azerbaijan was established in 2013.

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