Mondelez Kinh Do has again been honored among the “Best Places to Work in Vietnam 2020” in an annual survey conducted by Anphabe and Intage. The second time in a row, the company has been listed in this prestigious ranking after five years of entering the Vietnam market.
This year Mondelez Kinh Do ranks 39th in all sectors (climbing six spots) and 14th in the FMCG category (food and non-food).
This achievement demonstrates the company’s continuous efforts to build a better workplace for independent employees with a creative spirit, full of happiness, flexibility, and opportunities to grow within Mondelēz.
Currently, most of the company’s key management positions are locals. With talent development philosophy, “Grow people to grow business,” local talent is considered a critical factor for Mondelez Kinh Do’s growth and success in Vietnam.
According to Mondelez Kinh Do, to keep employees motivated and inspired, the company has built a “Make it” package with four key pillars covering all aspects of work-life that involve teams. Employees are offered opportunities to “Make It with Pride” to create the high-growth snacking industry’s future and “Make It Possible” through the value to Grow Every Day, which is a challenge to do better and be their best. Employees can also impact communities with “Make It Matter” while the company encourages everyone to “Make It Uniquely Theirs” to bring their authentic self to work and make the experience truly theirs.
Besides this achievement in Employment Branding, last week Mondelez Kinh Do took home the award for Top 3 most prestigious Food – Beverage companies in Vietnam in 2020, in the group of sugar, confectionery, and nutritious foods, for the second year in a row by Vietnam Report.
Despite challenging circumstances caused by Covid-19 from early this year, Mondelez Kinh Do has reported an outstanding growth with achievements in different categories. According to AC Nielsen’s report, Mondelez Kinh Do ranks first in terms of both value share and volume share based on Biscuits category in Total Vietnam from July 2019 to June 2020.