Coca-Cola Vietnam is not only one of the most desirable companies to work for, but also the most popular employer in 2017. The "Cokers" are very proud of their place of work. Check out what the Cokers say about Coke’s working environment.
"My 8-hour work day is not just about checking emails and doing my work; it is also the time to develop myself and take the challenge,” shared Thanh Van of the legal department staff, a young talent from the Next Generation Leaders program three years ago. When asked what makes her feel proud of
“The empowerment culture at
Van also excitedly told me about the community activities that she and her colleagues have been involved in apart from professional work, such as participating in the company’s social activities as well as supporting EKOCENTER to bring clean drinking water to people, giving Tet gifts to disadvantaged people, etc. She had a chance to learn more about culture and life in the regions across Vietnam as well as associate with colleagues and communities.
Not only Van, but almost all young Cokers also have the opportunity to experience these things. And they love that. Dare to fail, to make mistakes, learn and grow up from experience and the mistakes that may happen.
Bui Dinh Thang, part of the marketing staff who, after many years of sticking to the position that previously no one occupied for more than a year, said that "The
Thang said that after joining Coke, he felt more enthusiastic and determined. Previously, when Thang encountered a problem that can not be resolved, he often made excuses. However, after four years at Coke, Thang shared the belief that other people also agree with: Nothing is impossible, as long as you step out of your comfort zone, as long as you want to show others your interest, as long as you try, analyze the data, and prove that it works. This is achieved through a culture of empowerment.
Three years ago, Thang quite unexpectedly was entrusted by the company to implement large projects to expand the rural market. “My boss said, ‘This is the company's project, the money is from the company, but I want you to try and find out which field you are good at. You have the right to handle the problem.’ Thanks to the trust and encouragement of the boss and the support of colleagues, Thang and his team brought
Now, Thang still receives empowerment, but at a higher level. “Then, I continue to empower others. Such empowerment is spread to create an ecosystem where everyone is motivated to promote their own capacity.” As Van, Thang, and other Cokers said,