According to Tran Van Thai, human resources and community director from C.T Group, the group has been sticking to its goal of creating a dream workplace where the staff can enjoy scores of benefits, as HR are considered the firm’s base for success and most valuable asset.
Tran Van Thai (left), C.T Group’s human resources and community director, receives the Best Company to Work for in Asia award at teh ceremony on July 1 in Ho Chi Minh City
“Our biggest asset and success is HR, therefore, we have been trying to set up an ideal working environment where all staff can benefit from the best policies and offers,” Thai said.
Thai confirmed that despite being partly impacted by the current COVID-19 pandemic, C.T Group so far managed to maintain staff number with working conditions and salaries unchanged.
The awards ceremony is held annually by HR Asia Magazine, an Asian publication for HR professionals, aimed at surveying and honouring enterprises with the best places to work.
Each workplace is judged based on several criteria including the work environment, personnel-related policies, training programmes, benefits offered, and activities that bring about commitment and satisfaction among the staff.
In addition, C.T Group also made it among the Top 10 Employers of Choice by CareerBuilder Vietnam, in addition to receiving multiple awards for its work environment and recruitment activities.
By Bich Ngoc
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