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Rut Aranda, CEO of Cerealto, reinforces the Company’s commitment to equality

In the framework of Internal Women’s Day, Rut Aranda, CEO of Cerealto, a global food manufacturer, reinforces the Company’s commitment to ensuring equal opportunities for all.

 

Cerealto has currently over 1,800 employees, from 20 different nationalities, 57% of which are men and 43% women. Likewise, 60% of the management team is composed of women, demonstrating the company’s commitment towards equality in leadership positions.

“At Cerealto we have a zero tolerance policy with regard to gender, race, age, sexual orientation or ideology-based discrimination. Although multiculturalism presents a great challenge for organizations, we must understand that we live in a pluralistic world and that diversity can only enrich the corporate dynamic once it is assimilated in the corporate culture”, said Rut.

Cerealto’s commitment is also towards the incorporation of people with barriers to work. Currently, 6.5% of its employees comes from these groups.

In 2018, Cerealto plans to create 200 new jobs mainly in Portugal and the United Kingdom, according to internal sources of the Company.

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