CSC Vietnam: A Model for Employee Engagement, Community Investment, and Reaching Out
News Article -- January 13, 2016
CSC Employees in Vietnam recently celebrated their 20th year and creating a dynamic workplace through a culture of community, mentoring, and service.
This past December, CSC Vietnam Employees in Ho Chi Minh City have been thriving and embracing through reaching out to one another and giving back. CSC leaders in the area have created a global development program, overseas transfer training, resources on work/life balance and achievement recognition. The CSC team in Vietnam carries a strong local presence and close-knit workplace that provides a climate for growth and a strong bridge between business and company culture. This atmosphere has resulted in many seasonal volunteering efforts from Ho Chi Minh City with a team spirit, often giving back to children's charities, health initiatives, and organizations benefiting people with disabilities.
"The children at the Thanh Tam Handicap Center are very happy when our team, CSC Vietnam visited them, distributed more than 90 gifts and daily supplies for the center on December 18th," wrote Trinh Dang ecently. The CSCers also presented the center with a monetary check to cover needed expenses and provide support for the children at the center. Our employees sang, presented gifts to the young people, provided hugs and played Santa for the attendees. The CSC Vietnam team often provides many enthusiastic outlets like the opportunity at Thanh Tam often to encourage meaningful connection to our company.
Recently CSC Vietnam has put together a team that ran in the "Fun Run" for charity, organized by the British Business Group of Vietnam, and put together a celebratory newsletter highlighting two decades of their evolving workplace.
As the employees band together to pursue ways to impact the surrounding community and build morale, they also develop and thrive internally.
CSC Vietnam is proud of their incentives for a strong, heavily engaged workplace. They provide their own on-boarding program and focus on the "work-life balance" approach. This kind of workplace support has made CSC Vietnam a model for all to reach toward a more cohesive and productive office environment.
(posted by Carly Fahey - Diversity, Philanthropy & Community Relations of CSC)