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DKSH ranked among best places to work in Vietnam

Wednesday, May 15, 2019, 14:00 GMT+7
DKSH ranked among best places to work in Vietnam
Company representativess are seen at the awards ceremony of the Top 100 Vietnam Best Places To Work Survey.

DKSH Vietnam has been recognized as one of the top 100 places to work for in Vietnam by Anphabe, a testament to the company’s commitment to building an outstanding working environment for its personnel.

The Vietnam Best Places To Work Survey, carried out annually by employer brand consultancy Anphabe with advice from the leading market research firm Intage Vietnam, is an influential and highly anticipated source of workforce and workplace trends in Vietnam.

The rankings are based on several criteria such as corporate culture and value, leadership, work environments, company reputation, career development, compensation and benefits.

DKSH Vietnam, the leading market expansion services provider in Vietnam, achieved high rankings in different fields of its operations, namely the fifth rank in transportation & logistics, sixth in healthcare and 15th in consumer goods.

Being ranked as one of the best places to work for in Vietnam is a great recognition of the investment that DKSH Vietnam has made in improving its workplace. The company offers a dynamic growth environment and a unique work culture.

“It’s a great honor to have been ranked as one of the best places to work for in Vietnam,” said Jorge Martin-Martinez, vice-president and Indochina finance & head country management with DKSH Vietnam.

Martin-Martinez added that DKSH Vietnam has succeeded in creating a work environment that fosters equality, professionalism and the well-being of its employees.

“Our employees are the biggest asset we have,” he said.

“It is amazing to see that our investment in our people has such a sustainable impact.”

DKSH is the leading market expansion services provider with a focus on Asia.

The group helps other companies and brands to grow in consumer goods, healthcare, performance materials and technology.

DKSH’s portfolio of services includes sourcing, market insights, marketing and sales, distribution and logistics as well as after-sales service.

Publicly listed on the SIX Swiss Exchange, the group operates in 35 markets with 33,000 specialists, generating net sales of CHF11.3 billion (US$11.2 billion) in 2018.

With its strong Swiss heritage and long business tradition since 1865, DKSH is deeply rooted in Asia Pacific.

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