28 October 2020
Stepping into the sixth year of the Good MPF Employer Award since its launch in 2014, ISG in Hong Kong is honoured to have received the Award for the sixth time, recognising the business’s effort in providing retirement benefits for its employees that comply with or even are beyond the standard of Mandatory Provident Fund (MPF) legislation.
In addition to the grant of Good MPF Employer 6 Years Award, which recognises ISG’s continuous effort to enhance employees’ retirement protection for six consecutive years, the business was also awarded two special awards – e-Contribution Award, commending ISG for adopting electronic methods for MPF administration, and MPF Support Award for supporting its employees proactively by providing training on MPF voluntary contributions and assisting them to manage their MPF accounts effectively.
Achieving ISG’s strategic goal of offering an unbeatable employment experience to the employees, ISG in Hong Kong have been striving to improve its employees’ benefits and the development plans for all levels of employees, from providing promising management trainee programme to fresh graduates, to offering good retirement protection for all of its personnel.
Human resource manager, Aubrey Lo, commented on the achievement: "We are glad to be awarded as a Good MPF Employer for six consecutive years. The accolades are great recognitions and motivations for us to keep enhancing our employees’ benefits and supporting our people to manage their MPF accounts wisely."
Aubrey continues: "Especially during this COVID-19 period that has brought significant impacts on the global economy, we would advise our employees to review their MPF schemes and funds’ performance regularly, and note the updated applications, such as Tax Deductible Voluntary Contributions (TVC) and eMPF Platform."
Aubrey adds: "We are always keen to listen to our people’s enquiries about MPF, and seek advice from the authorities or service provider for them. We are hoping that we can overcome the challenges and adapt to the ‘new normal’ together."