2019 Sustainability Report shows Fonterra picking up the pace
Co-firing biomass to reduce coal, lifting the number of New Zealand products with Health Star ratings and launching an emissions profile for every farm headline Fonterra’s 2019 Sustainability Report.
Fonterra announces resignation of Deborah Capill - Managing Director, People & Culture
Today Fonterra announces that Deborah Capill, Managing Director – People & Culture has resigned. Deborah is set to leave the Co-operative in February 2020 to pursue a change in career.
Fonterra's head of people culture and services resigns
Fonterra today announced that Chris Caldwell, Managing Director of People Culture and Services, has resigned for personal reasons.
Fonterra announces resignation of Lukas Paravicini, COO Global Consumer & Foodservice
Today Fonterra announces that Lukas Paravicini, the Chief Operating Officer of its Consumer & Foodservice business, has resigned. Lukas is set to leave the Co-operative in January 2019 as he and his family plan to return to Europe.
Sustainability experts join Fonterra’s new advisory panel
Fonterra has appointed an independent Sustainability Advisory Panel to guide the Co-operative as it strives to be a world leader in sustainably produced dairy nutrition.
Fonterra ‘matchmaking service’ set to transform work at the Co-op
Fonterra employees will be able to spend up to a third of their time on projects outside their day jobs in what is believed to be a New Zealand-first initiative.
New graduate pathway on offer for Māori and Pasifika students
Fonterra is teaming up with non-profit group TupuToa on a new internship programme for Māori and Pasifika graduates. Currently, 22% of New Zealand’s population is Māori and Pasifika, but the numbers are lower for New Zealand’s corporate population. Fonterra aims to bring more diversity into the workplace.
Fonterra Launches cutting edge technology, taking health and safety into the 22nd century
Virtual reality technology will allow employees at Fonterra to navigate manufacturing and distribution sites from any location, cutting onboarding times and reducing costs for health and safety training.
Fonterra launches initiative to address family violence
Fonterra has joined with Shine and Women’s Refuge to launch a programme to raise awareness about family violence and provide support services for any of its 12,000+ New Zealand employees who may need help.