That said, 2003 was a particularly difficult year for the Indian arm of Coca-Cola, with 2004 shaping up to be similarly onerous. Coca-Cola faced negative press over issues as diverse as contamination; anti-Iraq-war protests; alleged environmental degradation; and, as 2003 came to a close, an alleged sexual-harassment case involving a senior company executive and a former Miss Universe with whom the company had previously had a product-endorsement contract. The Plachimada issue has now returned to haunt the company and follows a barrage of bad press over the bottling plant. The ban has come in response to acute water shortages the district is facing, but is part of a much wider debate over water
Companies should enforce a written code of high ethical standards for corporate officers and employees. (CFA Institute) At the Coca-Cola company, they strive to lead by example and learn from their experiences by setting high standards for all employees, and put in the maximum effort to reach the set goals. “High standards for our people at all levels and strive to consistently meet them. Our sound business principles and practices foster our strong, innovative and collaborative culture, which is committed to ethical behavior, accountability and transparency. We are guided by our established standards of corporate governance and ethics.
Thus they are guided by performance with purpose to deliver top-tier results in a way that sustains and respects business, society and the planet. Similar to every company, PepsiCo has their own mission which is to provide consumers all over the world with delicious, affordable, convenient and complementary foods and beverages from wholesome breakfasts to daytime snacks and beverages to evening treats. They are always committed in investing in the people, company and communities to maintain the long term sustainable growth og the company. At the same time of maintaining growth in business, PepsiCo aim to leave a positive imprint on society and our environment which they called performance with purpose. This vision guiding them to always creating products that their consumers are earger to buy and employess are proud to sell.
The coca cola company shows its organizational culture through the following pointers as they are found in their business webpage. • Mission and vision • Values • Human and workplace rights • The company’s history • Its charitable foundations • Stakeholder engagement • Innovation and leadership The vision of the coca cola company is reader-friendly, as it breaks down into very basic “p’s”: people, portfolio, planet, profit and productivity. This means that coca cola wants to show its commitments to all of the marginal systems that contribute to maximum sales. The fact that coca cola takes the additional step to make its assurance reader-friendly shows that it is a company that is truly interested in linking with its shareholders. The corporation has a similarly charismatic mission that is made of three tenets which are written in a simple and friendly way: • To renewed the world • To inspire moments of hopefulness and happiness • To create value and make a
Coca-Cola’s CSR policies In 2007 Coca-Cola launched its sustainability framework Live Positively embedded in the system at all levels, from production and packaging to distribution. The company’s CSR policy Live Positively establishes seven core areas where the company sets itself measurable goals to improve the business’ sustainability practices. The core areas are beverage benefits, active healthy living, the community, energy and climate, sustainable packaging, water stewardship and the workplace. Coca-Cola has a Code of Business Conduct which aims at providing guidelines to its employees on – amongst other things – competition issues and anti-corruption. The company has adopted international CSR guidelines such as Global Compact and
On 2002 agitations commenced against Coco-Cola Company in terms of its excessive water extraction and pollution. Agitators used the slogan “Quit India” which was used by Gandhi on Indian freedom struggle. In between
Beside this, employees are the most important assets in every organization. Satisfaction of employees drives the organization successful because if they are satisfied, they will work hard for the organization. Every organization has its policy. Coca-cola company apply open door policy to their employees. So, the employees are independent and they can contact directly to the manager of their department if faced any problem in the work.
The Vision, Mission and Values of the company are as follows: Vision To achieve our mission, we have developed a set of goals, which we will work with our bottlers to deliver: People: Inspiring each other to be the best we can be by providing a great place to work Portfolio: Offering the world a portfolio of drinks brands that anticipate and satisfy people 's desires and needs Partners: Nurturing a winning network of partners and building mutual loyalty Planet: Being a responsible global citizen that makes a difference by helping to build and support sustainable communities Profit: Maximizing long-term return to shareholders, while being mindful of our overall responsibilities Productivity: Being a highly effective, lean and fast-moving organization. Mission To refresh the world in mind, body and spirit. To inspire moments of optimism and happiness through our brands and actions. Company
All the subordinates are guided very keenly by their respective managers at the time of accomplishing some goal. Keeping the delegation process on the other side the managers also motivate their subordinates to boost up their energy and make them more effective by using different methods so that can increases their performance, quality of work and satisfaction of the customers. 3.2.4 Resource Allocation The Coca-Cola Company has given the authority to managers to use the resources of the company when the issue of resource allocation comes into action where ever and whenever they are needed. Only they are required to get the approval from the manager if those assets belong to his department. The resources can be capital, labor, machinery or anything
The bottles are also recycled and washed with chemicals so that they are up to the required standard. 4. Regular supply The regular supply of the products is strength of the company. The products are regularly supplied to the dealers through proficient means of delivering and distribution has given Coca-Cola Pakistan an added advantage. Coke trucks supply the products regularly and always have the desired products for the dealers.