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Diversity & Inclusion - The core factor bringing Stavian Group to the world

Multinational corporations face difficulties building corporate culture due to clashes between different cultures. Stavian Group builds its corporate culture following DEI principles to tackle this problem.

The Importance of Diversity & Inclusion in the 21st Century

DEI stands for diversity, equity, and inclusion. This strategy has been applied by many enterprises in building corporate culture and personnel training. The DEI principles help corporations focus on creating an equal and diverse environment for all employees, regardless of gender, age, race, or culture.

Following recent changes in the mass political and social perspectives, many enterprises have been reaffirming their commitment to diversity and inclusion in the workplace. Several big brands such as Nike, Disney, etc. have introduced new policies related to workplace regulation and corporate culture. Small and medium-sized organizations have also committed to promoting diversity and inclusion in the workplace. Thus, DEI has become a trend in human resources strategy today.   

Diversity & Inclusion brings great benefits to businesses and employees.

McKinsey's latest report on diversity has shown companies which is more diverse in terms of ethnicity perform 36% better than less diverse ones. Moreover, companies with a higher score on gender diversity also perform 25% better than companies with lower scores.

"Diversity is being invited to the party; inclusion is being asked to dance", said Verna Myers, diversity and inclusion expert, founder cum president of Verna Myers Consulting Group as well as TED Talk speaker on overcoming bias.

Stavian Group: Every employee contributes to creating a professional working environment

With great potential in resources and labor force, many Vietnamese enterprises have been expanding their business on the global trade map, including Stavian Group. This firm was recently honored as one of the "Best companies to work for in Asia 2022" by HR Asia - the leading human resources magazine in the region.

 Stavian Group was recently honored as one of the "Best companies to work for in Asia 2022".

"Stavian Group has a multinational and multi-cultural environment. We always put unity first but we also respect each employee’s background and culture. We want to create the most ideal environment for each employee to work and express themselves. Here, each employee is an independent individual, and together we team up for the common goals, also to create a professional working environment", said Mr. Tony, Dinh Duc Thang - Chairman of Stavian Group.

 At Stavian Group, Diversity & Inclusion is most evident in the career development journey of each employee.

The Diversity and Inclusion values have played a crucial role in Stavian Group's recruitment strategies in recent years as the Group has high demand for domestic as well as international talents.

For example, the talent acquisition team has to search and reach candidates through multi-channel, cross-platform, and diverse local recruitment activities. Then they have to keep in touch with candidates via various platforms such as Zalo, Wechat, Whatsapps, etc. Stavian Group also partners with leading domestic and international colleges to find and attract talents from the early stages.

Moreover, Stavian Group focuses on improving the candidate experience right from the recruitment process to newcomers welcoming and internal training programs with international standards, respecting diversity and other values such as culture, religion, ethnicity, and gender. All to help new employees quickly fit in the organization, and develop a deeper connection with the Group as well as the “Go Global” spirit. 

Thanks to DEI principles, Stavian Group has successfully recruited and developed a network of talents with young talents on the dean's list to managers who "think global - act local", etc., further leveraging the Stavian brand on the global map.

"So far, we have branches in nearly 30 countries and territories, gathering a variety of cultures and customs into the group. However, we manage to connect everyone through Stavian's unique corporate culture. Therefore, to build a healthy working environment, Diversity and Inclusion are two inseparable elements of our corporate culture", said Mr. Tony, Dinh Duc Thang.



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