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Vietnam HR Awards Forum 2017 back with more disruption

Released at: 11:00, 30/06/2017

Vietnam HR Awards Forum 2017 back with more disruption

Photo: Talentnet

Forum to gather together CEOs, business leaders, and HR experts in HCMC on August 11.

by Vy Anh

The Vietnam HR Awards Forum 2017 will be held on August 11 in Ho Chi Minh City with the theme “Agile Talent - Disruptive Technology for Growth”.

Hosted by the Talentnet Corporation since 2015, the full-day event promises to be the most senior gathering of CEOs, business leaders, and human resources (HR) experts in Vietnam.

Aiming to offer high level views of an agile workforce in the digital age, the executive forum will feature leading keynote speakers in the industry, such as Ms. Nguyen Thi Bich Van, Chairwoman of Unilever Vietnam, Mr. Marco Breu, CEO of McKinsey Vietnam, Mr. Hoang Nam Tien, Chairman of FPT Software, and the Head of the SMU Academy from Singapore.

“Not only providing a wide range of insights about business strategy, these highly-appreciated speakers will also introduce innovative approaches in the people agenda, especially talent and leadership management as well as success stories of technology’s impact in business transformation and disruption,” said Ms. Tieu Yen Trinh, CEO of the Talentnet Corporation.

First held by Talentnet in 2014, this is third time the Vietnam HR Awards have been held to honor and recognize organizations with the best HR Strategy and People Investment. The awards resonated in Vietnam for its methodology from the Singapore HR Awards. This is the third year the awards have been held and it promises to be an exciting event for enterprises operating in Vietnam.

The Vietnam HR Awards are endorsed by the Ministry of Labor, War Invalids and Social Affairs and uses international methodology from the Singapore Human Resources Institute (SHRI), along with a professional and transparent judging process, to recognize the most outstanding enterprises in five human resources categories.

Organized by Talentnet and the Labor and Social Affairs newspaper, the 2016 awards recognized ten companies for their superior HR practices and policies: BAT Vietnam, CSC Vietnam, FPT, HSBC Vietnam, IBM Vietnam, Mobile World, Nestlé Vietnam, Novaland, Techcombank, and Unilever Vietnam.

With dedication and commitment to lift the local HR community, the Vietnam HR Awards 2017 is expected to feature valuable strategic HR insights from top business leaders and HR managers to light up a new future for the HR industry. 

More updates about the Vietnam HR Awards Forum 2017 can be found at: www.vietnamhrawards.com

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