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Vietnam HR Awards 2022
Apr 15 - Jul 15, 2022
Registration deadline will be due in
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Vietnam HR Awards 2022
Apr 15 - Jul 15, 2022
Registration deadline will be due in
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Vietnam HR Awards 2022
Apr 15 - Jul 15, 2022
Registration deadline will be due in
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Vietnam HR Awards 2022
Apr 15 - Jul 15, 2022
Registration deadline will be due in
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About_Vietnam HR Awards 2022

The long haul of COVID-19 has surely taken a heavy toll on both businesses and individuals. After months of resisting the impacts of the pandemic, more and more people get used to the new way of work and life.

Vietnam HR Awards 2022 also takes the plunge to rejuvenate itself by creating brand new categories that reflect the new normal rhythm of business. It's the beat of change for sustainability.

By Paving New Paths, Vietnam HR Awards 2022 celebrates the best HR practices of companies that make sustainable impacts on the workforce and community, while driving growth.

02 Groups

03 Rounds

05 Trendy categories for business reflecting a new way of working

01 Individual category for HR Leaders

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  • Excellence for Employee Wellness

    Recognize organizations that excel in improving employee well-being, including financial, physical, and mental wellness, and at the same time showing the impact on the business performance and culture. This can include any type of programs that have made a significant difference to the organization's wellness and engagement.

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  • Best HR for Sustainability

    Recognize sustainable approach to people strategies and practices demonstrating the commitment of the company to get all employees to understand their roles and responsibilities in social and community sustainability. This category could be the activities showing the interconnection between the long-term development for employees, core company activities and social impact, not just limited to stand-alone ESG, CSR, and CSV projects, etc.

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  • Excellence in Organizational Capability Improvement

    Celebrate innovative learning and development programs, especially reskilling and upskilling that are well structured, with a proven record of excellent employees development performance during turbulent times. The scope of improvement can cover the modern “human intelligence” skills needed for both employability and modern transformed business tasks.

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  • Excellence in Organizational Development & Design

    Recognize disruptive strategy to improve the organisation’s effectiveness and viability through the introduction of a modernised organizational culture, allowing the organization to adapt to a transformed business environment, new technologies, competition, regulations, or other commercial demands. This can cover the adaptation of HR to digital transformation and flexible business ecosystems.

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  • Best Talent Management Strategy (encompassing strategic workforce planning & total rewards)

    Recognize excellent talent management strategy and practice to secure a stable and flexible talent pipeline and pool to timely meet short-term and long-term business needs. Enterprises applying for this category are encouraged to showcase how they are innovatively solving resourcing challenges and the linkage between their talent strategy with total workforce planning strategy, alternate ecosystem resourcing alternatives, rewards programs, and systems, which drive business growth and retention.

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  • Best HR Leader

    Only applicable for HR Head of companies applying for all 5 categories of each group

    Winners will be chosen upon criteria as below:

    • Their respective companies win at least 3 categories
    • Their face-to-face interviews with Judging Panel are top-ranked

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Judging Process


Group A
Group B
Operating in Vietnam from 15 years,
with 500 employees up
Operating in Vietnam from 05 years,
with 50 employees up


Step 1: Click on the ENTRY GUIDELINE button below to download the required documents

Step 2: Complete the required information in the Application package including

  1. Application form
  2. Application documents
  3. Non - Disclosure Agreement
  4. Applicant agreement
  5. Company's logo

After completing the required information, please send the full Application package:
Under Subject: [Company name] Application_VNHRA22
Step 3: Print the below documents, then send the signed and stamped versions to the Organising Committee

  1. Application form
  2. Non - Disclosure Agreement
  3. Applicant agreement
 Mailing Address

 Organising Committee of Vietnam HR Awards 2022
 Talentnet Corporation
 6th Floor, 33 Mac Dinh Chi, Da Kao Ward, District 1, HCMC
 T. (84 28) 6291 4188 - 411

Step 4: Complete application fee payment as below guideline

• Pricing scheme (VAT included)

Pricing Scheme

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Process the bank transfer via account as below:

  • Address: 33 Mac Dinh Chi, Da Kao Ward, District 1, HCMC, Vietnam
  • Account Number: 140114851022044 (VND) or 140114851022058 (USD)
  • Bank: Eximbank Sai Gon Branch 
  • Swift code: EBVIVNVXTTD
  • Description: Application fee VNHRA22 - Company name

Judging Panel

Alain Cany
Mr. Alain Cany
Eurocham Vietnam
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Mr. Alain Cany is a French and Vietnamese dual national. He holds a BA in economic sciences from the University of Paris and was awarded Chevalier de la Legion d' Honneur (Knight of the Legion of Honor) by the President of the Republic of France in 2002 and Officer of the French National Merit Order. He began his career at Credit Commercial de France, holding various executive positions in France before moving to Hong Kong in 1985. Mr. Alain became General Manager of CCF in Hong Kong in 1994 then moved to HSBC as the Head of European Business Development at the regional headquarters in Hong Kong. Later, he became the President and Chief Executive Officer for HSBC Vietnam for 4 years from 2003.

Mr. Alain has been the Group Country Chairman of Jardine Matheson Vietnam since August 2007 then became the Chief Representative and Senior Advisor of N.M Rothschild & Sons until August 2013. Since March 2017, he has been a member of the Board of Siam City Cement Vietnam (Ex Holcim) and starting from March 2018, he is a member of the Board of Directors of Vinamilk.

He was the Co-Chairman of the Vietnam Business Forum (VBF) 2012-2014, representing foreign businesses. Also, Mr. Alain Cany was the Chairman of Eurocham Vietnam for 7 years from 2005 to 2012 and has been elected to Chairman of Eurocham since March 2021 and later been promoted as the Deputy Chairman of Refrigeration Electrical Engineering Corporation (REE) on 30th March 2021.

Mr. Alain Cany was awarded a Certificate of Merit by the Prime Minister on 6th January 2011 and received a Friendship Medal by the President of The Socialist Republic of Vietnam on 30th March 2011.

Colin Blackwell
Mr. Colin Blackwell
Chairman of HR Committee
World Bank's Vietnam Business Forum
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Colin is the founder of Enablecode, a social enterprise based in Vietnam with the mission to create employment for people with disabilities. Enablecode is a global impact portfolio member of the World Bank's Solutions for Youth Employment consortium. He also runs Hyperion Fintech - a Swiss fintech company. He is Chairman of the Human Resources committee of the World Bank's Vietnam Business Forum, representing the private sector to the Vietnam government. He is a global judge of the United Nations Generation Unlimited Youth Challenge and a regional judge of the United Nations Hult Prize. Colin is a regular keynote speaker and media contributor on the topics of artificial intelligence, transformation, and the future of work.

Võ Quang Huệ
Mr. Võ Quang Huệ
Vice President
Vietnam Association for Supporting Industries (VASI)
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Mr. Vo Quang Hue is a leading Vietnamese expert and administrator in the automotive industry. After graduating with a manufacturing automobiles major and internal combustion engine in Germany, he worked for nearly 25 years at BMW and 10 years at Bosch, the world’s largest automotive supplier.

25 years ago, he successfully led the project of assembling and producing the first BMW products in Vietnam. He returned to Vietnam as the first CEO of Bosch Vietnam in 2007 and marked it with significant milestones. He developed Bosch to become the largest European investor in Vietnam with an auto parts factory in Dong Nai and a vocational training center with thousands of engineers in Ho Chi Minh City. For many years, he is a member of the Executive Board of the German Business Association in Vietnam (GBA) and the Vice President of the European Chamber of Commerce (Eurocham) in Vietnam.

His most impressive achievement is contributing to building the foundation for Vietnam's auto industry through the VinFast project. In 2017, he joined Vingroup as Deputy General Director of Vingroup and oversaw the manufacturing and trading of cars and motorbikes. Besides Vinfast Complex in Hai Phong, he also played an important part in developing and producing the first electric motorbikes and cars – Vinfast.

Nguyễn Hữu Thiết
Mr. Nguyễn Hữu Thiết
Former HR Director
FrieslandCampina Vietnam and Myanmar
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Mr. Nguyen Huu Thiet is well known as an experienced and passionate HR expert in Vietnam. After graduating from the National College of Education in Ho Chi Minh City in 1977, he began his career in educational management with the purpose to inspire and improve employee development. Nearly 20 years in the field of service management and production after graduating from the Open University HCMC – BA of Business Administration and General University HCMC – BSc of Chemistry Physic, he has helped bring the diversified knowledge and strong foundation to develop human capital management until now.

After completing his university degree in Business Administration, he joined FrieslandCampina in 1996 and held the position of Human Resources Director in both Vietnam and Myanmar until the end of 2017. In addition to certain successes in people development, Mr. Nguyen Huu Thiet has been a keen and inspirational mentor for the professionals, community, and HR workshops nationwide.

Đàm Bích Thủy
Ms. Đàm Bích Thủy
Founding President
Fulbright University Vietnam
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After graduating from university in Hanoi, Ms. Dam Bich Thuy co-founded a private foreign investment consultancy firm. It was the first privately owned company in Vietnam to facilitate foreign investment and advised clients such as ANZ, Phillip Morris, Coca Cola, IBM and Citibank.

In 1995, she graduated from Wharton and joined ANZ Singapore to help set up ANZ’s investment banking business in Asia. She held a number of positions in Singapore, including Director of Project Finance for oil and gas and chief of ANZ’s resources practice for the whole of Asia, then was appointed General Manager of ANZ Vietnam in 2005, making her the first Vietnamese national to lead an international bank’s operations in Vietnam. Most recently Ms. Thuy has served as Head, Group Development, Southeast Asia, at National Australia Bank in Singapore.

Ms. Thuy is currently the founding President of Fulbright University Vietnam, responsible for making the university a world-class academic institution and a bridge between Vietnam and the United States and the international community.

Phạm Phú Ngọc Trai
Mr. Phạm Phú Ngọc Trai
Founder & Chairman
Global Integration Business Consultants (GIBC)
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"Mr. Pham Phu Ngoc Trai – Founder and Chairman of Global Integration Business Consultants (GIBC), a company which was established with the mission of facilitating the integration and sustainable growth of Vietnamese businesses – has more than 30 years of experience in various FMCGs businesses including state-owned enterprises, joint-ventures, and foreign companies, spanning across Vietnam and countries worldwide.

Mr. Trai held the position of Chairman and CEO of Saigon Food Processing Company (Foodexco), General Director of SPco. Holdings Company, Co-founder of International Beverages J.V Company (IBC) before being appointed as the President & CEO of PepsiCo Vietnam and Southeast Asia, Vice President - Corporate Affairs in the Asia Pacific. He was among the very first Vietnamese senior leader in charge of regional business in a leading multi-national company. Under his leadership, PepsiCo Vietnam had consecutively won 4 prestigious DMK awards – the most honorable award of Pepsico International.

Mr. Trai is currently holding the position of Strategies Advisor for multiple leading corporations and reputable brands in Vietnam, guiding them in establishing corporate sustainability development strategies. Widely acknowledged as the pioneer of CSR in Vietnam, recently, he has been passionately supporting and promoting the concept of ‘Creating shared values – CSV’ which aims for environmental, social and economic sustainability in all business activities. Besides positioning as both the Chairman of Rolex Vietnam and VinaCapital Strategic Advisory Committee, Mr. Trai has participated in and been elected to lead multiple charities, business associations, and NPOs such as Chairman – Recycling Packaging Organization (PRO Vietnam), Member of Mentor Committee – Institute of Circular Economy and Development (ICED) – HCMC National University, Members of Science Advisory Committee for Department of International Business and Marketing in University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City, Sponsorial Association for Poor Patients in Ho Chi Minh City, Leading Business Club (LBC), SGT Foundation Scholarship, and involved in many other social activities."

Tiêu Yến Trinh
Ms. Tiêu Yến Trinh
Talentnet Corporation
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"Having more than 20 years of experience in the field of HR, Ms. Tieu Yen Trinh is one of the leading HR consultants in Vietnam. With an insightful understanding of the local labour market, she has built up long-term relationships with HR professionals, leading experts in the community.

She successfully led Talentnet to become a partner of two leading consulting firms - Mercer and ADP Streamline. In addition, she is an active member of the Young President Organization (YPO); Vice President of several associations such as VNHR (Vietnam Human Resources Association), YBA (Young Business Association) as well as Hawee (Ho Chi Minh City Association for Women Executives & Entrepreneurs), etc. Ms. Trinh is not only dedicated to human resources but also enthusiastic about business activities in Vietnam. As an analyst, strategic planner with a flexible management style and deep knowledge of human resources, she is a trusted advisor to many domestic and foreign companies. She was awarded the ""Best Young Entrepreneur in HCMC"" by the People's Committee of Ho Chi Minh City in 2012, 2014 and 2016.

By the end of 2017, Ms. Trinh officially launched Vietnam Human Resource Training Institute (Viet HCMC) to provide courses on human resource development and management. 2019 marks her significant milestone by being in the TOP 10 of Red Star Awards – celebrating excellent young entrepreneurs nationwide for marvelous business success and contribution to social activities. In early 2020, she is listed in Outstanding Self-made Leaders by Forbes."

Nguyễn Phi Vân
Ms. Nguyễn Phi Vân
ASEAN Angel Business Alliance
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"Ms. Nguyen Phi Van holds an MBA from Australia majoring in marketing communication. Her experience spans over 20 years as a senior executive in brand, retail, and franchise development across global emerging markets in Asia, The Middle East, Africa, and Eastern Europe. She has engaged in various national projects in developing the creative economy and the entrepreneurship network for various governments such as Malaysia, Singapore, Saudi Arabia. Currently, she is an advisor to Project 844 which is under the Ministry of Science and Technology of Vietnam on startup & innovation, Chairwoman of Asean Business Angel Alliance, Open Innovation Vietnam, and an angel investor with a portfolio of 23 companies.

Ms. Phi Van is the award winner of Retail Leadership presented by Asia Retail Congress in 2015, award winner of 100 Top Great Retail Minds presented by World Retail Congress in 2017 & 2018, award winner of ASEAN Outstanding Business Award 2019, and has been curated in Top 100 powerful women of the global franchise industry 2019 & 2020. Phi Van is the author of seven books, “Franchising – The Short Route to Global Markets”, “Cross The Rice Field, Reach The World”, “Go Global: An MSME’s guide to global franchising”, “I, The Future and The World”, “In Search of Myself”, “Nym - My Future Self”, and recently “Opening the Future”."

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Vietnam HR Awards 2022