Generali Vietnam officially launched its “More than just a place to work” people strategy, with an aim to become the best employer in the Viet Nam’s insurance and finance industry.
The company is also running its Management Trainee programme, called Genext Challenge 2021, to recruit, train and develop young talent to meet its business growth needs in Viet Nam.
The core of this strategy is the objective to build Generali Vietnam to be “more than just a place to work”, where every staff member can “learn – grow – live – thrive”.
As part of the new strategy, Generali Vietnam will step up its training activities and programmes with practical, innovative and diverse content and formats, as well as reinforce a learning and development culture.
The company constantly digitalises all human resources processes, including the registration and management of training and development requests, and many practical online training programmes.
It will also continue to focus on developing its high quality workforce via the Generali Talent Management program and the ongoing Genext Challenge 2021 Management Trainee programme. Both programmes aim at developing the company’s talent pool and outstanding individuals, to build the next generation of leaders, meeting Generali’s needs for rapid and sustainable development in Viet Nam.
Generali Vietnam CEO Tina Nguyen said: “The “More than just a place to work” people strategy is one of Generali’s strategic and sustainable efforts to build an ideal working environment and develop a happy, engaged, professional and inspired workforce.
“And with that, we hope to spread such happiness to customers and the community through our quality insurance services and products as well as our contributions to the society.”
An enthusiastic, inspiring work environment at Generali and its unique SOHI culture have been vividly featured in the recently launched “More than just a place to work” music video. In 2020, Generali Vietnam was also listed among “Top 10 Companies with Happy Workforce” based on a survey conducted by Anphabe. — VNS