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Forward on society: Our people

Fostering a diverse and inclusive culture

We’re determined to make a positive difference both in our workplaces and in our local communities.

Ensuring our people’s and our communities’ wellbeing and safety is our priority.

Our success is only possible due to the passion and commitment of the 5,000 talented people who work with us. Our vision is to be an organization where everyone´s welcome to be themselves, be valued and belong - including different thinking, experiences and backgrounds in all that we do.

We are committed to building a diverse workforce and encouraging an inclusive culture. This covers all areas of diversity, including gender, culture and heritage, multi generations and disability.

Our actions on society helps to support UN Sustainable Development Goal 5 and UN Sustainable Development Goal 8.

Our commitments

  • Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

We’ll foster a diverse and inclusive culture in our business and make sure that women hold at least 45% of our management positions, and that a third of a workforce will be women by 2030. 

By 2030, 10% of our workforce will be represented by people with disabilities.

We will support the skills development of 500,000 people facing barriers in the labour market by 2030.

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We aim to be an organisation where people feel they belong and where our inclusive culture drives innovation and performance, creating a trusted and successful business that our colleagues, customers and communities admire and support.

We believe that encouraging diversity of ideas, thinking and experience leads to better ways of working and better business results.

Our progress in 2022


of leadership positions held by women


overall female representation 

Our stories


CCEP Indonesia Welcomed The First Employee with Disabilities

National Contact Center (NCC) team welcomed their first employees with disabilities on 1 November 2021. This is a new chapter for CCEP Indonesia's business, which also supports the government's disability program. CCEP Indonesia embraces Persons with Disabilities (PWD) by working with them and maintaining a respectful work environment, infrastructure and support system.


Women Warriors at CCEP Indonesia

Over the years we have been working on improving the women representation with focus on frontline roles, developing women leaders with specific leadership development programs, and engaging women employees by establishing our community of ‘Women Warriors’. Through Women Warriors, our women employees can reach out and connect with each other, strengthen engagement through regular activities, and increase influence.

COVID-19 Response

Our utmost priority is to protect the health and safety of our employees. We are committed to do our part to help prevent the further spread of the virus, while also supporting the needs of our customers, consumers, employees, and communities.

Here’s what we have done to protect our employees during this unprecedented time:

  • Implement safety measures, including providing personal protective equipment and conduct comprehensive, methodical cleaning o f all offices and production areas
  • Provide employees with symptoms with Nutriboost to enhance immune system
  • Handling and treatment assistance to health facilities and hospitals
  • Provide support through Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
  • Regular COVID-19 communication available for employees through existing communications channels: Intranet, Workplace, Email blast, WhatsApp, SMS, etc
  • Produce and distribute around 26.773 bottles of 400mL hand sanitizer for internal use across Indonesia.