This August, TRG Talk will present to you the topic “Employee Retention: How To Keep Your Employees Happy For Business’ Growth”. Let’s hear our speaker, Andree Mangels share his deep insight about how to retain your talented employees from draining by understand their emotions.
On 8th August, TRG Talk – Project Management: “How to improve collaboration within your team?” was led by Chris Kruppa – Agile coach, and founder of Semdi Solutions at PJ coffee, 145-147 Nguyen Co Thach, D2, HCMC.
TRG Talk - Cloud this August with the topic “Cloud Computing: What’s In It For Startups?” will focus on identifying common demands and issues on operating a startup business. Startups will have the opportunity to network and have an in-depth discussion with our speakers, Lex Nguyen - Director of Cloud Services- VNG Corp!
On July 24th, the monthly TRG Talk – Talent Management took place as usual at PJ’s Coffee Sala. The topic for this month was: “Employee Retention: How to keep your rising stars?”.
This interesting seminar was led by Andree Mangels – General Director, Malaysia and Vietnam for Adecco.
TRG Talk - Project Management this August with the topic “How To Improve The Collaboration Within Your Team” will focus on identifying common issues with teamwork. Project managers will have the opportunity to network and have an in-depth discussion with our speakers, Mr. Chris Kruppa, Agile Coach & Founder of Semdi Solutions.
In the TRG Talk- Talent Management this month, HR practitioners will have the opportunity to network and discuss in-depth with the speaker, Mr. Andree Mangels, General Director of Adecco Vietnam and Malaysia, on how companies can develop their human resources as well as how to prevent them from draining.
Ho Chi Minh City, July 9, 2019, the Information & Communication Committee (ICT) of AmCham Vietnam alongside with British Business Group Vietnam (BBGV) and Singapore Business Group in HCMC co-organised a half-day workshop “Digital Transformation - Less Hype More Practicality” at the Renaissance Riverside Hotel Saigon.
Buon Mong area (Dak Phoi commune, Dak Lak province) is one of the remote areas where 98% of the population are ethnic minorities who live below the line and survive only on corn and rice. For them, going to school is such a burden on the family. Many children in this remote and poor area of the central highland have to go the extra mile to continue their studies, dealing with the heavy constraints of long distance, inadequate transport infrastructure and poverty.
Annual charity trip has become a tradition at TRG, and this year, our destination is Dak Lak province. Dak Lak is located in Vietnam’s Central Highlands where the majority of residents are ethnic and they speak an ethnic dialect.
“Lead The Change” is an annual competition for young people who have a passion for start-up. This year, the competition was co-organised by UEH Connected community, Ho Chi Minh City University of Economics, the U.S. Consulate Ho Chi Minh City, Accelerator Startup Campus, Co-working Space Campus K, and Saigon Innovation Hub.