Military Bank named among ‘Best Companies to Work for in Asia 2021’

The Military Commercial Joint Stock Bank (MB) on October 8 received the "Best Companies to Work for in Asia 2021" award by HR Asia, a leading HR magazine in Asia.

This year, approximately 30,000 employees from 581 companies in Vietnam responded to the Total Engagement Assessment Model (TEAM) - HR Asia’s proprietary employee engagement survey. MB is among the few banks to be given this tittle, right in its first participation in the survey.

According to the survey, the average score of MB on three criteria, including Collective Organization for Real Engagement (Core), Heart, Mind, and Soul (Self), and Think, Feel, and Do (Group), is significantly higher compared to the average of the market.

The bank is also appreciated for its resilience and efforts in prioritizing employee experience despite navigating the uncertainty amid the pandemic.

Military Bank named among ‘Best Companies to Work for in Asia 2021’

“Making HR digital transformation for the future lies at the heart of MB’s journey to become a leading digital bank in the region,” said MB’s Director of Human Resources Dang Minh Huyen.

“Our digital-driven environment stimulates the new way of thinking, the new way of working, and the new of leading, which give MBers opportunities to break the limits and achieve breakthroughs together,” she added.

Not only succeeding in promoting digital transformation in business activities and offering convenient experiences for customers through a series of digital products and services, but MB is also well-honored in building a modern, friendly working environment that stimulates self-learning, creating an agile and dynamic workforce.

Military Bank named among ‘Best Companies to Work for in Asia 2021’
 MB is awarded among the "Best Companies to Work for in Asia 2021" by HR Asia for the first time participating in the survey.
 

Since 2020, MB has been among the first banks in Vietnam to put a paperless office system into operation. Most of the documents are submitted, processed, and approved via the electronic office system.

MB is also a pioneer bank in investing in modern facilities for its employees. The bank has established the Learning and Creativity Center in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City, contributing to creating edges for MB employees to sharpen management skills and to carry out business activities smoothly, safely and effectively.

MB has set new standards for an ideal workplace, where all employees gain the commitment of comprehensive care and opportunities to unlock their potential through diverse experiences and challenges. Notably, over the last three years, the number of MB employees has remained unchanged, but the labor productivity has increased by about 25% per year.

Military Bank named among ‘Best Companies to Work for in Asia 2021’
Making HR digital transformation for the future lies at the heart of MB’s journey to become a leading digital bank in the region.

MB Ageas Life Insurance Company Limited (MB Ageas Life), one of six subsidiaries of MB Group, is also named among the "Best Companies to Work for in Asia 2021". MB Ageas Life is highly appreciated for its young and dynamic working environment and culture, which attracts a great deal of good personnel in the insurance industry.

MB and MB Ageas Life both being honored as "Best Companies to Work for in Asia 2021" is a testament to MB Group's efforts in creating a friendly and cohesive working environment, in which employees are together creating a diverse and convenient digital ecosystem for customers.

The “Best Companies to Work for in Asia” is a prestigious international award held annually by HR Asia to honor businesses with outstanding human resource policies, an ideal environment and regular internal activities to build employee engagement. The awards cover 13 markets in 2021, including Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore, China and Vietnam.

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