FPT Software’s modern and green campus, Hola Park

FPT Software recently became a participant in the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC) initiative— the world’s largest corporate sustainable initiative with 18,000+ participating companies based in over 160 countries. This is a part of the company’s moves toward sustainable development and actualizing its commitment to sustainable growth and responsible business practices.

The UNGC is a voluntary initiative for businesses and organizations to take part in creating a global framework for achieving sustainable growth through responsible and creative leadership. By joining the UNGC initiative, FPT Software has pledged to align its operations and strategies with the Ten Principles in the areas of human rights, labor, environment, and anti-corruption. The company has also committed to supporting the UN's 17 Sustainable Development Goals, which aim to end poverty, ensure prosperity and protect the planet.

FPT Software's participation in the UNGC initiative reflects its efforts towards sustainable values. As a global IT company, FPT Software is aware of its role in creating a sustainable future for all, and has implemented various measures to realize this vision. The company asserts to develop a Happy workplace that embraces diversity, equality and inclusion and provides employees with green and modern work environment across its global facilities.

Recognizing that investing in its employees' growth and well-being is key to achieving sustainability, FPT Software strives to support its employees at every stage of life through such programs as training, salary advancement, house buying loan, house renting, supported tuition fee, and more.

In addition to its internal efforts, FPT Software provides opportunities for its employees to give back to society through donations to students and families in need, spreading their acts of kindness to the wider community. This year, in response to FPT Corporation’s 35th anniversary, FPT Software has held charity runs in several locations to raise money for the Hope Fund, dedicated to constructing school sites and providing essential facilities for underprivileged students in remote areas.