URC (THAILAND) receives HR Asia Best Companies to Work for in Asia 2020

URC (THAILAND) receives HR Asia Best Companies to Work for in Asia 2020

Mr. Matthew Dy , HR Director of URC (Thailand) Co., Ltd. received the award from Mr. Virote Sirichanthanont, VP of Government and International Relations of PMAT at Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park Hotel last 16 October 2020.
Mr. Matthew Dy , HR Director of URC (Thailand) Co., Ltd. received the award from Mr. Virote Sirichanthanont, VP of Government and International Relations of PMAT at Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park Hotel last 16 October 2020.

URC (Thailand) Co., Ltd. is a manufacturer and distributor of snack products under Jack’n Jill brand which includes major brands Fun-O, Tivoli, Roller Coaster, Lausanne, Dewberry, Dynamite and Lush. Recently, URC (Thailand) received “HR Asia Best Companies to work for in Asia 2020” award by HR Asia, an authoritative regional publisher in the HR industry.This reputable award recognises URC (Thailand) Co., Ltd. for the high levels of employee engagement, talent development as well as its excellent workplace culture.

Selection of this HR Asia Award is achieved via an Employee Survey based on the “Total Engagement Assessment Model”. It measures different aspects of employee engagement like culture and ethics, leadership and organisation, active initiatives, emotional engagement, employee intention and motivation, behaviour and advocacy, collective consciousness, workplace sentiment and team dynamics. A company audit / presentation also pursued after the survey was conducted.

Receiving the award are (L-R) URC General Manager Tanant Suwanraks, HR Director Matthew Dy and Senior Advisor Premchai Navarasuchitr

“One of the reasons for our Company’s sustainable momentum is by placing a high priority on all our employees as key resources in driving business success. We promote a culture of openness and collaboration where all employees are always given the opportunity to develop their individual performance and contribute to the business objectives. This is done through a robust performance management system, career planning and individual development plans – thereby creating a future-ready organisation. We cultivate a sense of belongingness through relevant workplace initiatives, advocating social responsibility and consistently instilling our core values. This ensures that our employees continue to deliver high quality products and services that genuinely bring delight and joy for our consumer,” said Mr. Matthew Dy , HR Director of URC (Thailand) Co., Ltd. 

About HR Asia Best Companies to Work for in Asia Awards

HR Asia Best Companies to Work for in Asia Awards is where best practices and inner workings of featured companies are investigated to understand what distinguishes them from the rest. The Awards culminate in a report published in HR Asia covering 12 markets across the region. The report highlights excellent workplace practices and employee engagement initiatives across Asia.

HR Asia is Asia's largest circulating publication for senior HR professionals. With over 50,000 copies distributed every issue, and an online and offline audience exceeding 200,000, HR Asia is the go-to brand for HR professionals seeking quality business intelligence and industry updates. HR Asia is published by Business Media International, a regional leader in B2B intelligence. For more information, please visit: http://hrasiamedia.com.

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