Bayer Indonesia Received Great Place to Work 2021 Certification

  • The appreciation was given based on the staff testimony and statement about their working experience at Bayer Indonesia.
  • 92 percent the employees consider Bayer Indonesia as ‘a great place to work’.
  • The highest score focuses on 4 main areas : justice, corporate image, pride and personal job.


Jakarta, 14 December 2021Bayer Indonesia, a global enterprise with core competences in the areas of healthcare and agriculture, recently received “Great Place to Work 2021”. This achievement makes Bayer Indonesia as one of the global companies that put employees at the heart of the organization.


“Our vision,“Health for all, hunger for none” sets the foundation for our future. To bring the vision to life we need a workforce that is perfectly prepared to deliver on the business strategy and lead in our respective markets. We value our employees as the main priority and build a work ethic that is based on Leadership, Integrity, Flexibility and Efficiency. This certificate proves that we are on the right track. I really appreciate the employees who give their honest opinion about Bayer as the best place to work,” said Kinshuk Kunwar, President Director of Bayer Indonesia.


Great Place to Work® certification is based on employee’s survey with Trust Index© method that measures their satisfaction and trust levels while working at Bayer based on management ability, employee relations and job performance indicators.


The survey consists of five important indicators: credibility (level of trust in management credibility), respect (feeling of being valued), fairness (equal and fair treatment), pride (pride working in the company), and camaraderie (togetherness), and 20 focus area’s assessment. Bayer Indonesia received the highest score on four main areas: justice, corporate image, pride, personal job; with each scores 90 percent:

  • Justice shows that Bayer Indonesia treats its employees fairly regardless of their race, gender and age.
  • Corporate image confirms that the employees are satisfied with Bayer Indonesia’s contribution to the society.
  • Pride proves that the employees are proud to tell others, that they are working at Bayer Indonesia.
  • Personal job verifies that the employees feel that their job has special meaning – “not just a job” and they can make a difference.


The survey involved 1.011 Bayer Indonesia’s employees and 92 percent considers Bayer as “a great place to work”.


“For us, having Bayer Indonesia as Great Place to Work is a proof that we live our company values in these tough years. Feedback from employees gives us insight on how to continuously shape the design of our organization as an inclusive workplace especially in a new normal. We believe the right organization framework will thrive and help our employees to perform to the best of their ability,” said Luluina Karina, Head of Human Resources Bayer Indonesia.


Great Place to Work is a global institute built in 1992 in the United States of America that gives professional certificate to organizations around the world with the best work cultures and has surveyed more than 100 million employee surveys from companies worldwide. Great Place to Work also helps companies to build a positive and conducive culture strategy and helps achieve business benefits by gaining the trust of customers and business partners.


Further information about Bayer GPTW: Bayer Indonesia - Great Place to Work® Indonesia




About Bayer

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Media Contact:

Laksmi Prasvita

Head of Communications, Public Affairs, Science and Sustainability

PT Bayer Indonesia

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