Officials from Unilever Bangladesh and Unilever Consumer Care yesterday handed over a fictitious check to Begum Mannujan Sufian, Minister of Labor and Employment, at the Bangladesh Secretariat in the capital. Photo: Collected
Officials from Unilever Bangladesh and Unilever Consumer Care yesterday handed over a fictitious check to Begum Mannujan Sufian, Minister of Labor and Employment, at the Bangladeshi Secretariat in the capital. Photo: Collected
Unilever Bangladesh and Unilever Consumer Care yesterday raised Tk 71.84 million as a share of employees in earnings at the Ministry of Labor and Employment.
SM Rashed Quayum, company secretary and legal director, and Shamima Akhter, head of corporate affairs, corporate relations and communications at Unilever Bangladesh, and Mohammad Naharul Molla, head of regulatory affairs and secretary at Unilever Consumer Care, delivered the reports. to Minister Begum Mannujan Sufian at the Bangladesh Secretariat.
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The fund promises to step up government efforts to ensure workers’ safety and help workers and their families during major disasters, a press release said.
Sakiun Nahar Begum, Executive Secretary, and Begum Zebunnesa Karim, Director General of the Bangladesh Welfare Employment Foundation, were also present.