One of Vietnam’s leading groups BRG Group JSC and its banking arm SeABank have won plaudits for their efforts in taking care of employees and fostering strong development in labour relations and sustainable integration.
|The latest Typical Enterprise for Employees event, which had its first incarnation in 2014, took place on December 15 |
At a recent ceremony announcing the results of the Typical Enterprise for Employees 2018, jointly hosted by the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs and the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry, BRG and SeABank received the Typical Enterprise for Employees awards of Merit of the Vietnam General Con-federation of Labour.
Making its debut in 2014, the annual Typical Enterprise for Employees rating series seek to honour businesses for their endless efforts in improving the working environment, caring for the material and spiritual life of their workers, and building a healthy corporate cultural environment. It also aims to foster harmonious labour relations, besides being stable and progressive towards sustainable development goals in the process of integration and development.
The ratings are evaluated based on strict criteria set by experts on labour and trade unions. Honoured businesses are required to satisfy diverse criteria such as posting rising profit and revenue; rising employee income; not having unpaid wages or taxes; and ensuring trade union representation, among others. Extra points are awarded to enterprises which provide better welfare for their workers than is regulated by the law.
BRG, a leading business in investment and property development across Vietnam, has a personnel of nearly 21,000 employees working all over the country in such diverse fields as production, services trading, resort properties, sports, finance and banking.
SeABank, is rated one of the 15 top banks in Vietnam with nearly 3,800 employees working across 162 transaction points in 25 cities and provinces across the country, serving more than one million customers.
Over its long development path, both BRG and SeABank have always placed people as their valued asset and a decisive factor to continual business success and development.
The employers do their utmost to ensure their employees enjoy a fair and attractive wage system, with a clear path to good promotion plus social welfare policies, such as providing healthcare insurance and life insurance privileges.
Besides promoting an innovative mindset for staff, BRG and SeABank have encouraged employees to engage in diverse charity and welfare programmes, striving to promote a community-oriented business culture at the workplace.