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Millennials are by putting it right by choosing careers with a purpose!

Find out how to step into a big leadership role from Kevin Limani, Unilever Country Manager in Rwanda.

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Every day we receive hundreds of messages from hopeful young graduates wanting to join our team.

We’ve found a few tips to help make your CV stand out from the crowd when applying for jobs you are suited for.
Did you know that one of the benefits of working at Unilever is our relaxed dress code?

We understand that our employees need to feel professional yet comfortable in order to produce great work.
Meet Didimalang Modise, he joined the UFLP in the Supply Chain team.

He found that Unilever is a very interesting place to work.

“I had never encountered that many different people in one place but it’s been an awesome year!”
Tamlyn Chetty has been a great addition to our UFLP and works in the Finance department.

Looking back on 2016, here’s what she had to say.

“It’s been an exceptionally challenging but rewarding year. I’ve learned to become more independent and I’ve learned not to be afraid of making mistakes but rather to learn from them.”
After months of taking part in real life business challenges against some of the brightest young minds from Africa, we’re proud to announce that Team Sparkle from South Africa has claimed the top spot!

Meet Louisa Phindile Khoza, Ndivho Maginya and Pascale Prinsloo from Team Sparkle, they’re the African Idea Trophy winners.

Find out how they conquered the competition: [ Bit.ly Link ]
With just a few hours before the Africa Idea Trophy Competition finals, watch this space to see what the teams from South Africa; Zimbabwe; Nigeria; Kenya and Ghana will be getting up to.

Follow their journey as they get hands on experience with senior leaders; explore the country and take part in fun skills building activities.

Who knows, next year this time it could be YOU
Banele Nkambule joined the Unilever Future Leader Programme last year and works with the Customer Development team.

Although being away from home has been tough, the experience has been worthwhile.

“It’s not easy being away from my mother, I’ve really missed her this year, but being able to support and look after her is worth all of the hard work – especially knowing how proud she is of me”
Today we’re welcoming our new starters to Unilever as part of the UFLP.

They’ll get to work alongside our team in their respective fields getting the in-depth hands on experience to kick start their careers.

Here’s to a fun-filled learning experience ahead!
Join our Unilever family today. We have offices based all around the world.

The possibilities are endless!
We’re ready to wrap up another fantastic year at Unilever SA.

Looking back on 2016, here are a few of the great moments that took place throughout the year!
After a year of hard work, it’s time to get festive.

We’d like to wish all of our fans who are celebrating a very merry Christmas.
This is Mutsa Munyaradzi, she joined the UFLP as a Unilever marketing candidate.

Here’s how she’s found the experience so far.

“The best part of this year has definitely been the independence. Having the freedom and space to pursue the things which matter to me has been completely unexpected.”
Say “hello” to Murray McDougall, who joined Unilever earlier this year as a Finance UFLP candidate.

Speaking about his time with us:

“There are so many great opportunities at Unilever. It’s impossible to be bored working for this company. I love that my manager and directors are always looking to support and coach me.”
Ever wanted know what it looks like inside Unilever South Africa?

Well, now’s your chance to explore our main office area in 360°!
Employee happiness is very important to us - that's why we’ve got an in-house Ola Happiness Station :)

When Unilever staff need to chill out or sweeten up their days, they don’t need to go far…
Meet Jade Fortuin, 25, who joined Unilever at the start of 2016 as a Human Resources UFLP candidate.

Here’s how he found his first few days:

“My first few days were very exciting. Most people’s perception of the corporate world is that it’s boring and dull, but it’s not like that at all. Your leaders are accessible; they literally sit right across or next to you. It’s great!”
70% of young women wish that the media did a better job of portraying diverse attractiveness.

We recently held a Dove Day at the Unilever offices, where our staff got to experience some of the amazing work being done in this area by the Dove Self-Esteem Project.

Dove’s goal is to ensure that young women are able to embrace a positive body image, so that they can reach their full potential....
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We’re proud to announce that we’ve been certified as the number one company to work for in Africa by the Top Employer Institute for the third year in a row.

What makes us a top employer year-in and year-out? Join the #brightFutureSA movement today and find out: [ Unilever.co.za Link ]