Denmark’s Trade and investment minister Pia Olsen Dyhr, who is accompanying HRH Crown Prince Frederik on his visit to Vietnam, looked on Monday into the CSR program of the Danish-Vietnamese company EsoftFlow. The program offers special benefits for disabled Vietnamese.
EsoftFlow has been active in Hanoi for several years within imaging for the real estate sector. The minister was shown around by the Director of the company, Thomas Frisenberg
“The Minister was very interested in our CSR work that benefits both the employees and the company. When you treat the staff well, they stay and work longer for the company. We run programs and provide training for disabled and unemployed people who come in from the rural areas. We now have three branches in Vietnam,” says Thomas Frisenberg who was pleased with the visit.
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