We provide a safe, open, diverse and inclusive workplace where our people are energised by what we will achieve together.
We know that the strength ofour business and our brands can only be supported through the strength of our people, and a diverse workforce and building capability and talent is critical to our ongoing success.
At Coca-Cola Amatil Indonesia, protecting the health and safety of our people and those we work with will always be our overriding priority. Indonesia continues to take a multi-faceted approach to safety, developing a safety culture in addition to striving to provide a safer working environment, both internally and externally. While over IDR50Billion of capital expenditure has been spent over the last 5 years to make our workplaces safer we have stepped up a focus on behavioural safety. Our hazard identification program has been instrumental in embedding a safety mindset and has addressed numerous hazards across our business. Driver safety remains a key risk in the Indonesian market and various face-to-face and e-learning driver safety programs have been developed and implemented to address this, as well as implementing regular vehicle inspections. In addition to rolling out our safety programs internally, we have expanded them to our Coca-Cola Official Distributors (CCOD).
We continued our focus on capability development with technical academies, and leadership and talent development programs, with more than 76,000 days of training delivered in 2019. Capability programs have been extended to CCOD partners and their employees along with vocational training programs in collaboration with Ministry of Manpower to develop local youth.
We believe our people feel engaged and included. This was demonstrated in our 2019 employee engagement scores, where Indonesia recorded a significant increase of six percentage points to achieve 81 per cent engagement. Development of our people remains a focus, with several functional academies operating internally. In 2019, the development program in Indonesia was enhanced by the introduction of the Amatil X Academy – a six-month internal accelerator designed to build entrepreneurial capability and connect our people to local start-ups. In its first year, Amatil X trained 1,629 employees at 14 locations across Indonesia.
27 July 2020
Coca-Cola Amatil Indonesia initiated the Bali Beach Clean-up program in 2007.
27 July 2020
Investing in renewable energy at Coca-Cola Amatil in Indonesia.
13 April 2020
Coca-Cola announced its commitment today to provide humanitarian assistance in response to the COVID-19 pandemic in Indonesia.