Anphabe kicks off Vietnam Happiness at Work Summit 2017

Anphabe has launched Vietnam Happiness at Work Summit 2017 today in the presence of more than 600 CEOs and HR managers from top organisations in the country.

Anphabe kicks off Vietnam Happiness at Work Summit 2017

With the topic of “Driving sustainable growth through happier workforce,” the event was held within the framework of Anphabe’s annual “Thought Leadership” series, bringing a new platform for the leadership and management teams to join to learn, share experiences, and obtain a thorough grasp of the latest trends in shaping an engaged, efficient, and loyal workforce.

More than 25 local and international speakers will attend the event, discussing five important angles: “Happiness Trends,” “Happiness Essentials,” “Happiness & Business,” “Happiness Leadership,” and “Happiness Innovation.” Each angle comprises of multiple topics with interesting and surprising formats.

At the event, Anphabe officially introduced ANPHA Community, which includes leading CEOs and HR directors who are all committed to sharing and updating advanced methods for human resources management with an aim to elevate the standards of the HR community and the Vietnamese workforce.

Moreover, in 2017, Unilever Vietnam (The Best Place to Work between 2013 and 2016) will become Anphabe’s strategic knowledge partner, who also holds the position as the chair of the Steering Committee of ANPHA Community, committing to contributing resources to the project.

“Anphabe’s long-standing mission is ‘To Shape Vietnam’s Happy Workforce.’ We also understand that it is impossible to accomplish this mission alone and that we need the help of the people and enterprises. Therefore, ANPHA Community will be a bridge to connect us with appropriate resources and bring out more useful and practical activities to the community,” said Thanh Nguyen, CEO of Anphabe.

At the event Anphabe also officially kicked-off Vietnam Best Places to Work Survey 2017.

Over the past four years, this annual survey has established a solid trust and attracted the enthusiastic participation of the business community thanks to its high accuracy, reliability, and up-to-date information of the important HR and workforce trends.

In the ever-changing world of Industry 4.0, what will happens to jobs, workforce, and the working environment in Vietnam 4.0? This is the main issue of human resources trends that Vietnam Best Places to Work Survey 2017 aims to discover this year.

Besides, the survey continues conducting in-depth assessments of Employer Brand Health (based on industry talents) and Employee Happiness at Work  (based on company employees) for the top 500 Vietnamese businesses to help the management teams capture and improve key personnel indicators.

Based on objective assessments from employees in 26 industries, enterprises with good results will be honoured in the top 100 Vietnam Best Places to Work. In order to encourage and acknowledge efforts to improve the human resources policy of Vietnamese businesses, the organisers also decided to add another category: Top 50 Vietnam Best Places to Work–Vietnamese Enterprises.

By tentative schedule, in March 2018, Anphabe will announce the final results of Vietnam Best Places to Work 2017.

The list of Vietnam’s employment paradises

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Anphabe kicks off Vietnam Best Places to Work 2016 Survey

Anphabe kicks off Vietnam Best Places to Work 2016 Survey

Employer Brand (EB) solution provider Anphabe on October 6 officially launched the Vietnam Best Places to Work 2016 Survey.

Anphabe honours Vietnam Best Places to Work 2015

Anphabe honours Vietnam Best Places to Work 2015

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By Thanh Van