Vietjet has been crowned with the “Best Human Resource Digital Transformation Strategy Award” at the 32nd World HRD Congress in Mumbai, India. Vietjet is highly recognized for the strategic process that involves in leveraging digital technologies to enhance and optimize HR processes, functions and human capital management. Those aim to efficiency, effectiveness and employee experience

Vietjet has been crowned with the “Best Human Resource Digital Transformation Strategy Award” at the 32nd World HRD Congress in Mumbai, India.

Vietjet is highly recognized for the strategic process that involves in leveraging digital technologies to enhance and optimize HR processes, functions and human capital management. Those aim to efficiency, effectiveness and employee experience while also contributing to the development of personnel within the organization.  Some of the key criteria assessed are initiatives in translating and combining vision with action, with HR Strategy, and by cultivating competencies for the future to enable building the organization to be future-ready.

The award ceremony brought together over 200 speakers and 3,000 global leaders in the field of Human Resources and industry experts from over 119 countries and territories worldwide.

Vietjet is an internationally diverse workplace with over 6,000 officers and employees from more than 50 countries and territories. Vietjet has been voted as the best workplace in Asia and a leading employer for many years. With effective management policies, especially in human resources, Vietjet is among a few airlines that quickly recovered and expanded its flight network after the pandemic.

With “People” identified as the top priority resource, Vietjet is committed to sustainable development with a core focus on human resource development. The company continuously innovates and fosters creativity to maximize the potential of its workforce, providing opportunities for employees self-development and contribute to the growth of the company, the aviation industry, and the community in the digital age.

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