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1st Harvey Nash Family Tour

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As a part of our Employee Engagement, Harvey Nash Vietnam has successfully held our very 1st Family Tour in Ho Chi Minh City on 14 April 2014.

We have hosted 20 families, together with 50 participants. During the visit, family members have had a chance to dialog with the Management team, interact with employee’s colleagues, team members and managers, thereby giving them a better understanding of the employee’s works.

 They are also able to see the workplace, company facilities, to be introduced the company information, how Harvey Nash Group operates across the globe, as well as its services, culture and various engagement activities that Harvey Nash Vietnam offers to our employees.

We have received very good feedback as well as comments from the participants to improve and build our company – A Great Place to Work.

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Some testimonials from attendees:

“I would like to send my thanks to Harvey Nash Vietnam for creating this opportunity. I find our working environment very friendly and reasonable which show your long-term and sustainable development.”- Phạm Thanh Giang’s Parents (Recruitment Executive)

“The tour is very comprehensive and useful for me to know my daughter’s working place   I can say that the working environment and people are very professional.” – Cao Bo Châu’s Parents (Business Analyst)

“I am really happy to see my little daughter working here. It’s a precious time to meet the Board of Directors and colleagues. I appreciate all that the company have really cared for the employees. “ – T Th Ngc Hng’s parents (Sr. Software Engineer)

“Working processes are very professional, workplace is very comfortable and clean, people are very young and friendly. I would love to work for your company when I graduate” –  Lc Tú Cường’s brother (Project Manager)

A special thanks to all volunteers and managers to make this a memorial moment and look forward to having your continued support in the next quarter!

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