Nguyen Thi Thuy Linh, head of Market research Department, Nielsen Vietnam, said that the survey of Viet Nam Best Places To Work 2015 was successful by attracting huge participants of 22,688 experienced employees and hundreds of leading enterprises from 24 industries nationwide. — VNS Photo Hoang Ha
HCM CITY (VNS) — Unilever, Vinamilk, Nestle, P&G, IBM, Microsoft, PepsiCo, Viettel, Suntory Pepsico and Abbott topped the list of Việt Nam’s 100 Best Places to Work 2015, which was announced last Friday in HCM City. Unilever continued its titleholder as Việt Nam’s Best Place To Work in three consecutive years.
There were 22 Vietnamese enterprises in the Top 100 of 2015 while the number was 17 for 2014. Some of the most outstanding were Novaland, Hòa Bình Corp and Bảo Việt Insurance.
Several Vietnamese firms took big leaps in ranking, including Masan from 31st to 13th, Vingroup from 79th to 41st, Viettel from 14th to 8th, and FPT from 28th to 21st. By industry, the Việt Nam Best Places To Work 2015 honoured Prudential Việt Nam for Insurance, Nike Việt Nam for Apparel/Footwear, Abbott for Pharmaceutical/Biotech/Healthcare, Bosch Việt Nam for Engineering/Mechanicals, Mercedes-Benz Việt Nam for Automobiles/Components.
Meanwhile, Vietcombank topped employers in Banking/Financial Services, Microsoft in Software, Unilever in Fast-moving consumer goods, Samsung in Electronics/Electric Equipment.
The survey named the Most Attractive Employer Brands by key drivers such as Total Rewards, won by Vinamilk. Nestle had the best performance in Culture and Value.
Unilever won prizes in Leadership and Growth Opportunity; and Intel in Work, Life Quality and Company Reputation.The survey showed that good benefits were one of the most important factors which connect internal employees and attract external talents.
“That is why FMCG and Pharmaceutical/Biotech/Healthcare companies providing the most type of rewards and benefits gained the highest company numbers in Top 100 and had the strongest leaps,” said a press release from Anphabe.
Expectations of Vietnamese professionals towards employers were spread through six groups – total rewards, leadership, company reputation, culture & value, work and life quality, and growth opportunity.
According to Thanh Nguyễn, CEO of Anphabe, although Total Rewards remained the most important, it was becoming less and less demanding over the last three years.
“Good Benefits reached the top desired driver when choosing an employer, while Competitive Base Salary has fallen gradually, landing seventh on the list of this year,” she added.
The job-quitting rate this year is expected to be nine per cent. Males tend to have a higher job quitting rate than their female counterparts, while managers show a higher retention rate than non-management personnel.
Three industries that had the highest job quitting rate were Manufacturing/Chemicals, FMCG, Service/Consulting/Legal. The three areas of Purchasing/Planning, Production and Marketing also had a high job quitting rate.
The survey was jointly conducted online by Anphabe.com, a career network of management professionals in Việt Nam, and the global market research firm Nielsen from September to December 2015.
This year the survey was successful by attracting huge participants of 22,688 experienced employees and hundreds of leading enterprises from 24 industries nationwide, Nguyễn Thị Thùy Linh, head of Market research Department, Nielsen Vietnam, said. — VNS