Ngern Tidlor wins ‘Best Benefits, Wellness and Well-Being Program’

Ngern Tidlor wins ‘Best Benefits, Wellness and Well-Being Program’

From Retail Banker International Asia Trailblazer Awards 2023

Ngern Tid Lor Public Company Limited, or TIDLOR, won “Best Benefits, Wellness and Well-Being Program” from Retail Banker International Asia Trailblazer Awards 2023, hosted by Retail Banker International (RBI) of Singapore, acclaimed by bankers and financial advisors worldwide.

The award testifies to the success of Ngern Tidlor’s quality of life promotion and workplace happiness enhancement by providing care and well-being benefits for employees and their family members, including both material and mental supports. These include appropriate welfare and benefits sufficient for the current economic situation, a strong health and well-being benefits programme for staff and their family members, provident fund, Employee Joint Investment Program (EJIP), and Caring Hotline open for staff to get mental health advice from qualified psychiatrists. Other programmes are provided for employees to learn and develop skills through various activities and workshops, further evidencing how Ngern Tidlor values employee capacity as a worthwhile investment for the organisation to grow in the long run alongside Ngern Tidlor cultural strength.

For more information on Ngern Tidlor organisational culture building, please visit or Facebook Fan page ngerntidlor or contact call centre 088-088-0880.

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