Boehringer Ingelheim Vietnam named top employer

Tuesday, Jan 31, 2023 07:53

Cyndy Bautista-Galimpin (left) and Pham Phuong, head of human resources at Boehringer Ingelheim Viet Nam, with the Top Employer 2023 trophy. — Photo Courtesy of Boehringer Ingelheim Viet Nam

A research-driven biopharmaceutical company, Boehringer Ingelheim Vietnam, has been honoured for the fourth year in succession for its outstanding employee benefits with an emphasis on wellbeing, an attractive work environment, and rewards and recognition.

Globally, Boehringer Ingelheim has been awarded for a third year in succession as a “Global Top Employer” by the Top Employers Institute, signifying it as one of the world’s 15 best employers.

The certification highlights the company’s commitment to prioritising mental health for employees, in addition to nurturing talent to instil a change-maker mindset.

“We are honoured to receive the recognition by the Top Employers Institute. This is a testament to our commitment to the well-being and growth of our employees. Boehringer Ingelheim is dedicated to creating a diverse and inclusive workplace through our established leadership development initiatives and extensive talent development programmes that bring out the best in our people,” said Cyndy Bautista-Galimpin, general manager of Boehringer Ingelheim Vietnam.

Nurturing talent and instilling a growth mindset is driven throughout the organisation's key employee programmes with the aim to support broader skill set development and create a fulfilling work environment.

Boehringer Ingelheim has also stepped up its commitment to positively impact people, animals, communities, and the planet through key sustainability initiatives under the ‘Sustainable Development – For Generations” framework in Viet Nam.

Boehringer Ingelheim Vietnam donated 64 digital devices that were worth more than US$10,000 to Maison Chance, a non-governmental organisation in one of its SD4G initiatives.

In the area of healthcare access, the company is in partnership with the World Stroke Organisation (WSO) and many other national stroke societies, companies, and health institutions to build an innovative network of stroke-ready hospitals and stroke centres. In Viet Nam, there have been 120 hospitals with 98 stroke-ready hospitals through October 2022. — VNS

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