Suntory Thailand Wins Employer Brand Awards

Suntory Thailand Wins Employer Brand Awards

Suntory Beverage & Food (Thailand) has been honoured with two awards at the THAILAND BEST EMPLOYER BRAND AWARDS 2024

Suntory Beverage & Food (Thailand) Co., Ltd., a market leader in the Thai and Indochina health food industries, is reaffirming its commitment to being an organisation that recognises the importance of developing employees' potential to increase talent and foster involvement through growth opportunities in order to achieve the organisation's goal of having great and outstanding employees.

The company recently received two prestigious awards at the THAILAND BEST EMPLOYER BRAND AWARDS 2024. It was recognised for the Best Talent Management, achieving outstanding human resources development in all dimensions, and for the Best CSR Strategy, acknowledging its excellent approach to social activities. Nathanicha Worawannaseth, SVP of Corporate Functions at Suntory Beverage & Food (Thailand) and Indochina Co., Ltd., accepted the honours on behalf of the company. The award event took place at The Athenee Hotel, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Bangkok and was hosted by the Employer Branding Institute and World HR, a renowned research centre in human resource management that effectively enhances the skills of future leaders to boost corporate growth.

Nathanicha Worawannaseth stated, “Suntory Beverage & Food Thailand is dedicated to upholding the guiding principle of the Suntory Group, ‘Growing for Good’, by always pursuing excellence. Our committed efforts focus on creating an integrated, high-capacity human management process and a high-performing company. Additionally, we have long been establishing successful corporate social responsibility

procedures and constructing sustainability for the community. The company was most recently chosen to receive valuable awards from the THAILAND BEST EMPLOYER BRAND AWARDS 2024, including the Talent Management Award. This award aligns with the company's values, which honour employees' abilities to create change in order to achieve desired goals and offer opportunities for employees to learn and create new things with globally consistent standards for evaluating organisational potential. Furthermore, it facilitates the professional growth of all group members through online, in-person, and self-learning through the MySU (My Suntory) platform, utilising the 70:20:10 development model, being 70% learning through hands-on experience, 20% learning from others, such as learning from the Mentorship Program, and 10% learning from different courses from both inside and outside the company. This includes giving staff members more opportunities to learn about working in different departments through initiatives including the Sales Blitz Program and creating programs for the next generation such as the Sunturnship Program for interns and the All Stars Management Trainee Program.”

“The second award we were presented with was the Best CSR Strategy Award, which recognises social responsibility through a range of ongoing initiatives. One such initiative is the Mizuiku, Suntory Beverage & Food Thailand’s water conservation project, an environmental project that has been in operation continuously since 2021 with the goal of educating people about how to conserve water and other natural resources. The BRAND'S Young Blood Project, which is the result of 24 years of collaboration between Suntory Beverage and Food (Thailand) Co., Ltd., and the National Blood Centre of the Thai Red Cross Society to conduct the blood donation promotion campaign. We also donate BRAND's products to organisations and government agencies so that they can be distributed to the public and healthcare professionals in a variety of situations with the goal of having an important positive impact on consumers and society.”

“Hence, winning these honours reaffirms Suntory's commitment to carrying out operations to maximise employee potential, enhance, develop, and fortify staff competencies at all levels. This will encourage organisations, enterprises, and human growth in a sustainable manner”, Nathanicha concluded.

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