Coach Hong Kong judged best company to work for in Asia

Luxury leather goods retailer Coach Hong Kong has been awarded the “Best Company to Work for in Asia 2019” by HR Asia magazine.

The award recognises companies that possess “remarkable levels of employee engagement, corporate culture and employer branding”. The selection process covers a comprehensive assessment of participating organisations’ talent strategies, employee engagement and leadership effectiveness. Employees are invited to provide ratings and opinions on their employers to help select the winner.

Coach Hong Kong was awarded the accolade after it was judged by an independent panel of industry experts, academics and journalists.

“As a core brand under Tapestry, Coach adheres to the values of optimistic, innovative and inclusive,” said Coach Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan GM Damien Tonneau. “We are committed to helping our employees grow and provide an engaging work environment that celebrates innovation and inclusiveness. We empower passionate people to fulfill their dreams with a digital-centric talent strategy.”

“We see talent as our most valuable asset, and they are at the forefront of our customer service,” said Coach and Tapestry Asia Pacific VP and head of HR Janet Zhong. “The award fully recognises our HR and talent strategy and business growth in the region. We are immensely proud of how we implement new ideas, tools and systems to empower our managers and employees, offer robust learning and development programs, and exciting opportunities for career advancement.

“Looking ahead, we will continue to evolve our HR transformation journey to support Coach’s brand strategy; focus on building a critical talent pipeline and continue to thrive with great stamina and offer a dynamic environment celebrating personal growth and success for all our employees,” she added.

Coach Hong Kong has 19 directly operated stores and nearly 340 employees.

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