Harvey Nash Vietnam named a best company to work for by Nielsen / Anphabe
Employee centric culture sees Harvey Nash rise to number 14 in ‘Top 100 companies to work for’ in Vietnam across all sectors and industries.
Ho Chi Minh City, 23 March 2016. Harvey Nash Vietnam, a leader in IT recruitment, cloud services, bespoke software development and analytics in Vietnam, has been ranked number 14 in the top 100 places to work in Vietnam by global market research company Nielsen in partnership with Anphabe.
This is the companies highest position in the three years since entering the prestigious list and is the highest ranked international outsourcing business.
This significant climb in rankings follows a year in which Harvey Nash stepped up its investment in people, including hiring new talent, strengthening its employer brand and finding new, innovative ways to engage and motivate its staff. In particular, Nielsen / Anphabe noted:
1.The positive level of Employee Engagement is higher than the market benchmark
2.16% of talent in the Vietnam IT industry, aspire to apply for a position at Harvey Nash, Vietnam
3.The Harvey Nash brand in Vietnam is recognised for:
- International exposure
- Strong management team
- MNC (multi-national company)
- Safe & Secure environment
Harvey Nash celebrated its 15th anniversary last year with more than 1,600 employees in Vietnam and 6000 globally:
- Have improved their ranking by 6 places in the last year
- Be the #1 outsourcing company, the next outsourcing company is 21st on the list
- Be the 2nd British company on the list, beating all other banks, legal and accounting firms
- Be the 3rd highest European company and the 9th ranked foreign investor
“Fifteen years ago today Harvey Nash was started in Vietnam with the promise of bringing employee passion and customer focus back to the outsourcing industry,” said Paul Smith, Executive Chairman.
“To accomplish this we knew we had to put our people first which is why they are at the core of everything we do. Attraction and, crucially, retention of top talent enables us to deliver world-class software development in an incredibly fast-moving and competitive arena. This high achieving recognition from Nielsen / Anphabe reflects a business where people are valued as much as clients and the results, from award winning IT outsourcing services to this nationwide affirmation, happily speak for themselves”.
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About Harvey Nash Vietnam
Harvey Nash Vietnam is part of Harvey Nash Group, one of the world’s leading executive search, professional recruitment and outsourcing companies, a trusted advisor to over half of the world’s leading businesses, governments and institutions with over 7000 staff in more than 40 offices around the world. Since 2000, the outsourcing division, Nash Tech, has been providing IT outsourcing solutions specialising in Application Development, Cloud Services, Digital Platform Development, Analytics and System Integration and is the number one foreign technology employer with over 1,700 IT professionals.
For more information, please visit www.harveynash.com/vn
For further information, please contact:
Kieu Lan Ngoc Tu
Tel: +84 (8) 3810 6200
Cuong Nguyen Hung
Managing Director, Vietnam
Tel: +84 (9) 1352 2575
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