Nestle Salary in India

About Nestle India


Founded in the year 1866 in Vevey, Switzerland, Nestle today has emerged as one of the premier Nutrition, Health and Wellness Companies across the globe with enviable presence in America, Europe, Africa, Australia and Asia. In India, Nestle at present has 4 branch offices and 7 manufacturing facilities. Its headquarters is located in Gurgaon with branch offices in Chennai, Mumbai, Delhi and Kolkata. The impressive portfolio covers a range of products including milk products, beverages, nutrition, confectionery, chocolates, cooking aids and prepared dishes etc.

Nestle India at present has over 5000 employees boasting of an annual turnover of INR 2500- INR 5000 crores.

Nestle India- Market Share

The company's market capitalization is valued at 46,636.28 at present

Salaries in Nestle India

The company has impressive pay packages for its employees. In India the company pays 13 percent above market rates. Let us find out more:

Job CategoryAnnual Average Salaries
Supply Chain ManagerINR 1,680,000- INR 2,690,000 with an annual average of INR 2,180,000
Nutrition OfficerINR 27,000- INR 29,000 monthly
Production EngineerINR 718,000- INR 782,000 with an annual average of INR 750,120
Sales OfficerINR 260,000- INR 620,000 with an annual average of INR 369,096
Assistant ManagerINR 1,160,000- INR 1,250,000
Food AnalystINR 340,000- INR 361,000

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Annual Average Salaries in Nestle India Based on Experience

The work experience of an individual is amply rewarded with ideal hikes at due intervals. Have a look:

ExperienceAnnual Average Salaries
1-4 yearsINR 359,707
5-9 yearsINR 777,412
10-19 yearsINR 975,000
20 years or moreINR 1,200,000

Annual Average Salaries in Nestle India based on Cities

The city wise distribution of Nestle India salaries stands something like this:

CitiesAnnual Average Salaries
Gurgaon, HaryanaINR 960,433
New Delhi, DelhiINR 285,000
Bangalore, KarnatakaINR 2,000,000
Chennai, Tamil NaduINR 318,000
Kolkata, West BengalINR 275,000

Annual Average Salaries in Nestle India based on Degree

Here is a glimpse of the Degree based salaries at Nestle

DegreeAnnual Average Salaries
Master of Business Administration or MBAINR 389,339- INR 1,239,366
Bachelor's DegreeINR 374,265 – INR 776,070

Perks and Benefits in Nestle India

  • Cell Phone
  • Paid Sick Leave
  • Life Insurance or Disability
  • Pension
  • Relocation Expenses

Additionally, as a company, Nestle believes in maintaining consistent levels of high performance by means of employee engagement. Their unflinching commitment towards inculcating values of mutual respect, trust, and a sense of collective and personal responsibility in their employees is only growing with time. Here is a glimpse of how they aim at employee retention and employee growth:

  • Training and Learning: The training facilities are provided to all employees irrespective of their hierarchical status at the company
  • Anti- Corruption: Engagement in preferential treatment is strictly avoided
  • Health and safety: Strict protective measures against accidents, illnesses injuries connected to work
  • Ideal Labor Practices
  • Employee Engagement: Allows employees to get involved with every stage of company's progress

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Nestle-Employee Feedback

As per information gathered from popular employee feedback platforms it can be said that Nestle has been able to garner overall positive responses from its workers.

These employee ratings were mainly based on factors including Compensation and Benefits, Career Opportunities, Work Life Balance, Culture and Values and Senior Leadership, Job security and Advancement etc. Employees in general hailed its work ambience, supportive management and the company's commitment towards maintaining its brand value.Workers have particularly appreciated the learning opportunities provided by the company in forms of training and its overall competitive but congenial work atmosphere. Some have been found particularly pleased with the management as according to them it is supportive, encourages new and innovative ideas, and aims at business improvement by elimination of unnecessary or pointless experiences. On the other hand some have suggested that the company might be finding itself in a fix at certain times as it is trying to diversify too much in terms of products.?

*Salaries and benefits are subject to change without prior notice.


Last Updated: 06/12/2014