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If you’re looking for a company that expects leadership, courage, and an appetite for constant challenge from its people, then Tate & Lyle could be the place for you.

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Do you thrive on complexity? Are you curious? Do you relish opportunities to be innovative? We expect you to surpass customer expectations while maintaining a commitment to safety and quality. We need you to have the courage to take risks and the confidence to embrace change. We ask that you continually raise the bar and inspire your colleagues. We want you to be open to different cultures, traditions and experiences. We expect you to have a measurable impact on the success of our business and a willingness to work as part of a team. And we expect all of our people to act with integrity – at all times.

So what can you expect from us?
We expect a lot – but you will be well rewarded, both financially and with opportunities for an exciting career. Many of our senior people joined as graduates and have shaped their careers across many parts of the business; others joined later, after successful careers in related industries.

In return for your commitment, we will provide you with constant challenge as we expand our operations around the world. We will give you opportunities to develop and broaden your experience, with early responsibility allowing you to have an impact on the Company’s success. If you are looking for variety, you will find plenty at Tate & Lyle. If you want to do the best you can, we can help you realise both personal and professional success in an exciting environment.

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The Three Degrees – MBA students in US create win-win survey

The Three Degrees – MBA students in US create win-win survey

Academic research has brought workplace benefits to three ambitious US employees who are aiming to complete MBA degrees at Illinois State University in 2010.

When Jessica Allen, Jamie Foster and Gayle Albert needed a research project involving a survey of at least 200 respondents as part of their course, the solution was at hand in their Decatur site – where the leadership team was looking for ways to improve quarterly ‘Town Hall’ meetings with employees.

The result was a survey of more than 300 Tate & Lyle employees, says Gayle Albert, Sales, Ethanol, Americas: “We developed a survey which was approved by our professor, and Tate & Lyle leaders. The feedback was very positive.”

“The project had at least two benefits,” said Bob Ryan, Vice President Human Resources, Americas. “We got input on ways to improve our communications to employees, while also supporting Jessica, Jamie and Gayle’s pursuit of MBA degrees. Both are very important!”