DHL Express has been ranked by Great Place to Work® as the Best Workplace in Asia for the fourth time since 2016. "We are honored to be recognized as the Best Workplace in Asia for the second consecutive year. At DHL Express, we are committed to creating an environment where all employees can thrive and reach their full potential. Whether it is through our annual Employee Opinion Survey, our award-winning Certified training programs, or our push for greater diversity, we want to make sure our employees have their Best Day Every Day at work," said Ken Lee, CEO, DHL Express Asia Pacific. … [Read more...] about DHL Express ranked as Best Workplace in Asia by Great Place to Work® for second year
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The founder and CEO of TCT, Henry Shterenberg, worked with several casinos eventually forming a consortium to offer a range of benefits and support a global membership program with a focus on the luxury life, benefits and privileges. Mr. Shterenberg is the President of The World Trade Centre, Kyiv, Ukraine. He was Chairman of international think-tank Horasis Ukraine in 2018 and is an entrepreneur and advisor on the international and blockchain economy. … [Read more...] about The Club Token: Global Luxury Club Membership Launches
Hai Phong Thermal Power JSC currently has four major shareholders owning up to 93.18 per cent of the company's charter capital. Its largest shareholder is the Power Generation Corporation 2, holding 51 per cent, followed by Pha Lai Thermal Power JSC with 25.97 per cent and Vinacomin Power Holding Corporation Limited with 7.21 per cent, besides SCIC which holds 9 per cent. … [Read more...] about BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES APRIL 8
Third, in concrete terms, strengthening e-commerce or diversifying customer groups could be two viable solutions. Fourth, state-owned enterprises should not be the beneficiaries of any subsidies whatsoever. SMEs need the money much more urgently. Fifth, state price controls are counterproductive and distort competition. They should be avoided in order to prevent side-effects such as black markets and the waste of resources (minimum prices) or queues and low investment (maximum prices). Sixth, social measures such as unemployment benefits are definitely appropriate to support citizens in need. Lastly, in view of the warning example of the EU, a zero-interest rate policy should never be introduced to Vietnam. … [Read more...] about Coping with the outbreak in the Vietnamese way – a role model?
LMG is the first in Viet Nam to offer “Reveal by Xsensor”, a machine that measures body pressure to advise the mattress and pillows that best fit each customer, guiding them through the brand and product selection. LMG views the shopping experience as a journey, to help consumers understand the uniqueness of the product brands and what is the right product for their bodies. … [Read more...] about US mattress company eyes Viet Nam’s enormous potential