In Vietnam, Samsung is the first and only organisation to organise the GSAT Global Aptitude Test on a large scale to ensure openness, transparency and provide fair opportunities for all bachelors. This is also a round in the recruitment process of all subsidiaries of the Samsung group worldwide with three main contents about mathematical ability, inference and thinking ability.
Nearly 14,200 employees have been recruited from this exam, many of whom have progressed and held key human resources positions, contributing to the success of Samsung Vietnam.
In addition to the recruitment through GSAT, Samsung Vietnam has hired about 700 university students through a separate process (SW test certificate) that employs excellent SW R&D personnel.
Choi Joo Ho, President of Samsung Vietnam, said: “The desire to work together in solving employment problems in the context of COVID-19 is the biggest motivation for Samsung Vietnam to continue implementing the recruitment programme in 2021. In addition, the maturity of the employees from these recruitment programmes every year is a testament to the efforts of finding, nurturing and developing high-quality human resources that guarantee the process of the sustainable development programme in Vietnam by Samsung.”
Candidates who pass the recruitment rounds will work at six Samsung factories, R&D centre and branches in Vietnam, including: Samsung Electronics Vietnam (SEV), Samsung Electronics Vietnam Thai Nguyen (SEVT), Samsung Display Vietnam (SDV), Samsung SDI Vietnam (SDIV), Samsung Vietnam Mobile Research and Development Centre (SVMC) and Samsung SDS Vietnam Company Limited (SDS)./.