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Company Overview

About Jebsen & Jessen Indonesia Group

We are proud to be part of Jebsen & Jessen Group, an industrial conglomerate with a unique and integrated presence across the region. Active in manufacturing, engineering, and distribution, Jebsen & Jessen operates in eight of the 10 ASEAN countries with a strategic focus on Indonesia.
For over 40 years, we have helped build industries in Indonesia to help businesses grow and thrive. At Jebsen & Jessen Indonesia, we deliver global brands and locally manufactured solutions through five business units: Cable Technology, Ingredients, Life Sciences, Packaging, and Technology.
Across all business units and divisions, we add value through our teams of local technical experts, our experienced sales force, and our customer service. With our market knowledge, industry expertise, and innovative solutions driven by a broad portfolio of products and services, we help transform your business challenges into opportunities for success.

COMPANY SIZE

Medium (100 to 999 employees)

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Company culture at Jebsen & Jessen Indonesia Group

The employee experience at Jebsen & Jessen Indonesia Group, compared to a typical global company
94% of employees at
Jebsen & Jessen Indonesia Group say it is a great place to work compared to 53% of employees at a typical Global company
Jebsen & Jessen Indonesia Group 94%
Typical company 53%

Source: Great Place to Work® 2019 Global Employee Engagement Study

Life at Jebsen & Jessen Indonesia Group

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Great Place To Work identifies Best Workplaces in Asia™ by surveying 2.1 million employees in Asia and the Middle East about the key factors that create great workplaces for all and analyzing company workplace programs impacting 5.9 million employees in the region.

To be considered, companies must first be identified as outstanding in their local region by appearing on one or more of our Best Workplaces lists in Bahrain, Greater China (including China, Hong Kong and Taiwan), India, Indonesia, Japan, Kuwait, Oman, Philippines, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Korea, Sri Lanka, UAE, Vietnam during 2022 or early 2023.

Companies rank in three size categories: Small and Medium (10-499 employees); Large (500+); and Multinational. Multinational organizations are also assessed on their efforts to create great workplaces across multiple countries in the region. They must appear on at least two national lists in Asia and the Middle East and have at least 1,000 employees worldwide with at least 40% (or 5,000+) of those employees located outside the headquarters country.

To determine the 2023 Indonesia Best Workplaces™, Great Place To Work®️ analyzed confidential survey feedback representing nearly 20,000 employees across different industries in Indonesia.

Employees responded to over 60 survey questions describing the extent to which their organization creates a Great Place To Work For All™️. 85% of the evaluation is based on what employees say about their experiences of trust and reaching their full human potential as part of their organization, no matter who they are or what they do.

Great Place To Work analyzes these experiences relative to each organization’s size, workforce make up, and what’s typical in their industry. The remaining 15% of the rank is based on an assessment of all employees’ daily experiences of innovation, the company’s values, and the effectiveness of their leaders, to ensure they’re consistently experienced.

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