Dhaka,   Wednesday 28 September 2022

The South Asian Times | সাউথ এশিয়ান টাইমস

Unilever Bangladesh donates Tk 50 lakh to employees affected by flood

Published: 20:47, 1 August 2022

Unilever Bangladesh donates Tk 50 lakh to employees affected by flood

Staff Correspondent
Unilever Bangladesh Limited (UBL), the largest Fast Moving Consumer Goods Company has recently launched a Voluntary Donation Programme to support the families of its outer core employee, the Distribution Field Force (DFF), who have been impacted by the devastating floods in Sylhet, Bogra, and the central-northern region of Bangladesh.
Through this programme, employees of Unilever Bangladesh have donated a portion of their monthly salary, and the company matched the donations to raise a total of Tk 50 lakhs, read a media statement.
More than 550 DFF staff were affected by the floods, living without basic necessities such as clean water and shelter.
To stand beside them, Unilever Bangladesh is providing a sum of Tk fifty lakhs of monetary assistance over July and August and distributing water purifier tablets and protective gear like gum boots.
“The Distribution Field Force (DFF) is an integral part of UBL. Despite the impact of the flood, they are doing their duties to smooth business continuity.
“We are committed to the health and wellbeing of our staff, and as a company, rallied together to stand beside our DFF in their tough time. After all, when you take care of your people, they will take care of the business,” said Sakshi Handa, Human Resource Director, Unilever Bangladesh Limited.
As one resilient team, Unilever Bangladesh is ensuring the continued safety and well-being of the DFF and their families.

Share This: