The group's turnover came to €14.982 billion in 2009. Turnover growth thus increased 3.2% in 2009 on a like-for-like basis, enabling the group to reach its growth targets and providing proof positive of the effectiveness of the strategy established in late 2008 to address the world economic crisis.
The current operating margin of the group is up for the 15th consecutive year, firmly anchoring the global market positions: Today, in volume, Danone is the world number 1 in fresh dairy products, number 2 in bottled waters, number 2 in baby nutrition and the European leader in medical nutrition.
This performance was made possible by the use of three major levers to confront the crisis: The first is the priority given to growth in volumes and market share through three initiatives: a market-by-market rebalancing of the product portfolio, increased promotion, and a readjustment of publicity. This prioritising meant a 5.2% increase in volumes sold in 2009, with the added benefit of protecting jobs within the group as well as at Danone's industrial partners. The second lever is the staff's adaptability, facilitated by efficient and committed operating structures in every country where Danone is present. The establishment of the Danone Ecosystem Fund is the third lever, supporting operations at the group's direct and often local partners. Moreover, Danone continues to invest in Research & Development despite the economic climate - 206 million euros in 2009, or 1.4% of the company's turnover.
Three centuries after the benefits of Evian mineral water were discovered, over a century after Blédine was first marketed, and nearly a century after the first Danone yoghurt was retailed in a pharmacy, health innovation remains more than ever a driver of the group's business growth.
The baby nutrition and medical nutrition businesses, which Danone undertook in 2007 in buying up Numico, account respectively for 20% and 6% of the group's 2009 turnover and increased significantly over 2008 (+7.9% and +11.4%). These two lines naturally round off the group's brand portfolio and are perfectly aligned with its mission of bringing health through food to as many people as possible.
This position will report to Payroll Manager. The incumbent is accountable to :
- Ensure payroll processed accurately and on time
- Maintaining payroll records
- Maintains records and filing system for payroll department in a confidential manner
- University degree in any major
- Having minimum 3 years experience in Payroll Field
- Having good knowledge in payroll process, income tax knowledge will be an advantage
- Proficient in using MS Office , MS Visio, MS Project and HRIS Payroll menu
- Team player, good analytical and problem solving skill
- High integrity & mature
- Good numerical reasoning & time management skill
- Good command in English both verbal & written
Human Resources Division
PT Tirta Investama (DANONE AQUA)
Subject : Payroll Officer
pethel 24 Jun, 2011