Vietjet named Asia’s Best Employer Brand

Vietjet Air has been awarded Asia’s Best Employer Brand in 2017 thanks to its innovative solutions in recruitment as well as its efforts in creating an internationally standardised, professional working environment for all employees.
Vietjet Air flights (Source: Vietjet)
Vietjet Air flights (Source: Vietjet)

The event was hosted by the Employer Branding Institute, World HRD Congress with CHRO Asia as a Strategic Partner and Endorsed by the Asian Confederation of Businesses in Singapore earlier last week. This is the second year the airline has been honoured for this award.

The 12th Asia’s Best Employer Brand Awards 2017 recognises Vietjet’s excellence in building the company brand as an employer of choice with consistent improvement in HR Policy by measuring organisational health and inculcating values that help to achieve the vision, culture of Contribution and Innovation at Work, developing a future leader and being a Social Employee.

After more than five years of operation, Vietjet has become one of the most favorite working places for internationals from more than 40 countries and territories. They have been contributing positively to making air travel become a popular means of transport among passengers not only in Vietnam but also in regional markets.

The airline has been honored for 32 domestic and ten international accolades, including being named “One of the Top 500 Brands in Asia 2016”, “Vietnam’s Most Favorite Airline”, and “The Best Asian Low Cost Carrier 2015” at the TTG Travel Awards 2015.

Vietjet is a member of the International Air Transport Association (IATA) with the IATA Operational Safety Audit (IOSA) certificate. The airline’s operation safety and technical reliability rates have always been among the highest in Asia Pacific region with a modern and well-furbished fleet and amazing diverse and friendly services.

Established in 2007, Vietjet is now leading the domestic aviation market in Vietnam and actively expanding its international flight network. After five years of operations, the airline has flown nearly 40 million passengers.

Currently, the airline operates a fleet of 45 aircraft, including A320s and A321s, and operates over 350 flights per day. It currently operates 73 routes in Vietnam and across the region to international destinations such as Hong Kong, Thailand, Singapore, the Republic of Korea, Taiwan, Malaysia, Cambodia, China and Myanmar.

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