TRG IT is a global market-leading professional B2B software solution company, focused on delivering technical excellence to business. In 1994, business in London was stagnant. Being expatriated in Vietnam by British Petroleum for 4 years, Rick Yvanovich was asked to come back home. However, he decided it was time to retire from the oil business. Obtaining one of the first residence permits in Vietnam, number 32, Rick Yvanovich started building up TRG International from a dining room.
Since inception in 1994 TRG International has helped thousands of people at more than 1,000 clients in 80 countries to shine. Their partners, customers and stakeholders have been most generous and kindly recognised some of business achievements as well as Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activities.
At TRG International, they want great leaders, there is no discrimination between genders, its a matter of the best person for the job.
Several teams have ended up being predominantly (90%+ women) and TRG International co-incidentally have always had about a 50:50 split which swings +/- 10% from time to time. None of this has been on purpose before, however they now monitor the gender split and aim to keep it well balanced.
In today’s world, gender inequality is still an issue. A lot of countries are still struggling with the gender gap in the society, and especially at workplaces. Through ages, the Western world has been having a large focus on women breaking through the ceilings and being equally represented at the top of organizations and in the government.
As an international company located in Vietnam, TRG International find it important to raise awareness on this matter no matter where in the world they are.
TRG International believe that it is crucial for a workplace to have a balanced gender split. Especially in industries including Tech and STEM, the lack of women is noticeable.
As in most other countries, women are also underrepresented in the Vietnamese tech industry. Even though in many countries, women have slowly moved upwards, gender discrimination is still present.
It seems that gender discrimination will always remain a universal challenge, no matter where you go.
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