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Products offered by the Colgate Palmolive (I):

• Oral Care
• Whitening Products
• Tooth powder
• Kids' Products
• Toothbrushes
• Toothpastes

Personal Care:

• Thermal Spa
• Shower Gel
• Shave Preps
• Liquid Hand Washes
• Skin Care
• Shower Crème

Home Care:

• Dish washing

The Board of Directors of the Colgate Palmolive (I):

• Fabian Garcia, Chairman


• P. K. Ghosh, Deputy Chairman
• R. A. Shah, Vice Chairman
• M. A. Elias, Director
• K. V. Vaidyanathan, Director
• Vikram Singh Mehta, Director
• J. K. Setna, Director

The Management body of the Colgate Palmolive (I):

• Roger D Calmeyer, Managing Director


• Moses A. Elias, Executive Vice President & Chief Financial Officer
• Prabha Parameswaran, Vice-President - Marketing
• K. V. Vaidyanathan, Vice President, Legal & Company Secretary
• Debashish Roy, Vice President, Human Resources
• Shekar Bharatwaj, Vice President, Sales
• Arun Kumar Pande, Vice President, Information Technology
• Surendra Manek, Director, Research & Technology Centre
• Laurence Wheeler, Executive Vice-President, Manufacturing and Supply Chain

Colgate Palmolive (I) is one of the leading companies in India in the FMCG industry segment. Colgate
Palmolive (I) is the subsidiary of Colgate Palmolive Ltd., New York which is the parent company.

Colgate Palmolive is a foreign-based public limited company. The company is in the business of consumer
products for more than 100 years. In India it is the numero uno brand.

The principles of governance of the Colgate Palmolive (I):

• The Board of Directors is experienced, independent, and highly diverse


• The Board aims on the key commercial priorities and the development of leadership
• Opening the communication between the directors and the management
• Formulation of policies to guide good governance and integrity of the business
• The Board and Audit Committee supervises the integrity of the financial statement
• It is the responsibility of the Colgate Palmolive people to provide good governance
• With the continuous improvements the governance become better
• Good governance thrives from continuous improvement.

Financial
From a modest start in 1937, when hand-carts were used to distribute Colgate Dental Cream, Colgate-Palmolive
(India) Ltd. today has one of the widest distribution networks in India – a logistical marvel that spans around 3.5
million retail outlets across the country, of which the Company services 9.40,000 outlets directly. The Company
has grown to Rs. 1475 crores plus with an outstanding record of enhancing value for its strong shareholder base.

Colgate's strong focus on Oral Care in India while building its Personal Care business coupled with a simple, but
sound worldwide financial strategy, has helped deliver consistent shareholder value. Colgate consistently increases
gross margin while at the same time reducing overhead expenses. The increase in gross margin and the reduction
in overhead expenses provide the money to invest in advertising to support the launch of new brands

Today, Colgate is a household name in India with one out of every two consumers using a modern dentifrice.
Consistently superior quality, innovation and value for money products emerging out of advanced technology
employed, has enabled Colgate to be voted ‘The Most Trusted Brand’ in India across all brands and categories for
four consecutive years in the Brand Equity AC Nielson ORG-MARG survey. Colgate has been the only brand to be
ranked in the top three for all the six surveys and to hold the premier position for four consecutive years. This is a
true measure of the trust and confidence that generations of consumers have placed in Colgate for their oral care
needs.

Culture and Values


Colgate people are one of the company's greatest resources. They contribute towards building strong global
growth, market leadership and increasing profitability. As one of the most widely recognized consumer products
companies in the world, Colgate attracts the best of world-class talent. Bringing the best people to Colgate is step
#1 to 'Becoming the Best Truly Global Consumer Products Company'.

An Equal Opportunity Employer:

It is the policy and practice of Colgate-Palmolive to provide employment opportunities to all qualified persons on
an equal basis. The company does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of
race, religion, sex, community, age, marital status, or any other characteristic protected by law in any of the
terms or conditions of employment.

Benefits
Career Planning

One of the most important tools for grooming talent at Colgate is the 'Individual Development Plan'. Here an
employee assumes responsibility for his/her own career, identifies the competencies that indicate strength/areas
for development, discusses it with the manager and finally chalks the roadmap for future career path.

Here is the summary of the Individual Development Plan.

INDIVIDUAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN :

Today's business world is changing faster than ever. Organizations are rethinking, restructuring and reshaping the
way they do business. If there's ever been a time an employee needs to stay current, evaluate and sharpen
his/her skills, take steps to improve job performance, and map out the plans for the future, this certainly is it.

By taking responsibility for managing his/her own career, employees are in a much better position to achieve job
satisfaction. Plus, Colgate believes in Development Planning and fully supports individuals' efforts to achieve
professional growth, improved job performance and personal satisfaction.

Colagte has a Development Planning Toolkit which is designed to help the employee do all of these things. It is a
step-by-step guide that will take the employee through the process of identifying the key competencies, assessing
strengths and development needs, and determining specific actions to help him / her achieve career goals.

EMPLOYEES ROLE IN DEVELOPMENT PLANNING: It is the employee's responsibility to take ownership of his / her
career development. This means it is the employee's job to initiate and implement their own Development
Planning efforts by successfully completing the Development Planning process.

MANAGER'S ROLE IN DEVELOPMENT PLANNING: It is an employees' manager's responsibility to actively support


employees efforts. This means that the manager should carefully review this process, discuss them with his/her
superior, and give employee accurate, honest feedback in all areas.

THE ORGANISATION'S ROLE IN DEVELOPMENT PLANNING: It is Colgate's responsibility to provide the framework,
tools and resources that the employee needs. Senior Management is ultimately accountable for effective
development throughout the Company and it is their responsibility to encourage employee participation while
remaining focused on achieving business results.

The above process is centered around:

Managing with Respect Behaviors & Colgate Competencies Managing with Respect

Colgate's values are the foundation for individual, team, and company success. Only by respecting others and
living the Colgate values can we hope to achieve outstanding business results. By living the Colgate values of
Caring, Global Teamwork, and Continuous Improvement, people develop a sense that they are part of the Colgate
team, working together toward a common goal.

'Managing with Respect' is one important way in which we put these values into action. Even if an employee does
not have direct management responsibility, they are responsible for managing a relationship with others.
Managing With Respect creates an environment where people work well together, genuinely care about each
other, and help people to reach their full potential.

Managing With Respect Behaviors

Communicate Effectively

Give and Seek Feedback

Value Unique Contributions

Promote Teamwork

Set the Example

Colgate Competencies

"Competencies" is a term used to describe the skills and behaviors that contribute to outstanding job
performance. At Colgate, these competencies are grouped into two areas: Leadership and Functional/Technical
Competencies.

Leadership Competencies include those skills which align and inspire people to achieve business objectives. The
Leadership Competencies also consist of those skills and behaviors required to create strategies, motivate people,
and get results. Colgate's Leadership Competencies are common across functions and geographies, throughout
the Colgate world. In other words, regardless of location, job, position, or functional area, these Leadership
Competencies are strategically essential for executing the business strategy and delivering business results.

Functional/Technical Competencies represent important areas of functional and technical expertise and differ from
one job/department to another. In addition to the Leadership Competencies and Managing with Respect,
Functional/Technical Competencies also play an important role in defining performance excellence and delivering
superior results. The responsibility to define Functional/Technical Competencies is owned by the functional
departments.