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Selected as one of the 100 Best Workplace in Korea
On January 28, Atomy was selected as one of the '19th Best 100 Workplaces in Korea' by Great Place to Work (GPTW) Korea. Not only has Atomy won the grand prize, but Chairman Han-Gill Park was also selected as one of the 24 Most Admired CEOs in Korea, and People and Culture Team Leader Yoon-Hyuk Choi as one of the 28 GPTW Innovative Leaders in Korea, earning Atomy a total of three awards.
GPTW studies trust management with more than 70 countries around the world and selects the “100 Best Companies to Work For” for “Fortune,” a US business magazine. Atomy won this award because it received a high score in the Trust Management Index.
In his award speech, Chairman Han-Gill Park said, “I will make Atomy a desirable workplace founded on principles and innovation.” during the award ceremony online. He also mentioned that it is important to reduce simple and repetitive work and focus on creative work.
Received international certification for quality management and customer satisfaction management
At the end of last year, Atomy acquired the ISO9001 (Quality Management System) and ISO10002 (Customer Satisfaction Management System) certifications. ISO9001 and ISO10002 are international standards for quality management systems established by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO).
Having the ISO9001 (Quality Management System) certification means that the company has the ability to meet customer requirements by continuously improving the quality of products or services, and having the ISO10002 (Customer Satisfaction Management System) certification means that the company can effectively and efficiently handle customer complaints based on a systematic process.
In 2019, Atomy was the first in the Korean direct selling industry to receive the Customer Centered Management (CCM) certification, and it is also realizing a customer-oriented “Atomy You Can Trust and Use” by acquiring these certifications.
SOS Support holds a ceremony to deliver KRW 110 million in scholarship grants in the first half of 2021
The SOS Support, which is an organization comprised of members of the Royal and Crown Leaders Club, is an intra-supportive NGO of Atomy business owners. On March 1, the association delivered scholarship grants totaling KRW 110 million to 84 students selected as scholarship recipients for the first half of 2021. The scholarship ceremony was held online while the main members of the SOS Support, the recipients, and their parents participated.
The SOS Support, which was established in 2016, has been helping Atomy members who are suffering from financial difficulties due to accidents or diseases or who are having problems paying their children’s college tuition fees. The association is gradually expanding its helping hand to the underprivileged in general.
Atomy Taiwan holds the 5th Atomy Run
The Atomy Taiwan office held the 5th Atomy Run at the Kaohsiung National Stadium with more than 8,000 people, including Atomy members as well as people from the Kaohsiung City Sports Development Bureau, the Ministry of Education, the Pingtung County Sports Development Center, the Taitung County Government Department of Education, and the Kaohsiung City Sports Assembly.
Atomy Run is a marathon event in which all participation fees are donated to the underprivileged or to public facilities in need of support to practice "Atomy's Culture of Sharing.” The number of participants has increased every year, with 900 participants in the first year, 2017, and the cumulative participants of 20,000 people up to this year, with a total amount of KRW 400 million donated so far.
KRW 26 million donated as scholarship grants to Atomy Customer Center
On February 22, Atomy’s Vice Chairman Kyoung Hee Do sponsored the Happy Dream Scholarship for Atomy Korea's Customer Center employees.
The Atomy Happy Dream Scholarship provides scholarships to children of employees working at the Customer Center in Korea who are in elementary, middle, and high schools or are entering university. The scholarships provided this time amounted to a total of KRW 29 million, including scholarships for three elementary school students (KRW 1 million each), six middle school students (KRW 1 million each), five high school students (KRW 2 million each), and two university students (KRW 5 million each).
Since 2018, Vice Chairman Do has been offering scholarships every year under the name “Atomy Happy Dream Scholarship,” and this year marks its fourth anniversary. Do said to the students, “This scholarship is gratitude to the hard-working parents at Atomy. I hope you will grow up to be proud of your parents. If the opportunity arises, I hope you can join Atomy in the future."
KRW 200 million donated to support single teenage mothers
On February 19, Atomy donated KRW 200 million to LINKER at the Success Academy broadcasted in Orot Vision Hall in Gongju city, asking that the money be used to support the families of single teenage mothers.
LINKER is a NGO that promotes the independence of single adolescent mothers by supporting them financially and emotionally. Atomy donated an additional KRW 200 million this year, following its previous donation of KRW 200 million. This donation will be used to provide protection to single-parent families in crisis, education for economic independence, and support for living expenses, including housing and medical expenses, and to improve awareness of single mothers.
Lee Hyo-Chun, the CEO of LINKER, expressed his gratitude to Atomy, saying, “When a company practices good, it doesn’t stop there but changes society and saves people.”
Atomy Indonesia donates IDR 100 million for earthquake damage relief after earthquake in Sulawesi
In February, Atomy Indonesia donated IDR 100,000,000 as relief for the earthquake damage. In the early morning of January 15, Indonesia suffered a 6.2 earthquake in the western part of Sulawesi Island, destroying hundreds of buildings and causing 872 casualties.
During the Grand Opening Ceremony in 2018, Atomy Indonesia donated IDR 500,000,000 to the ACT (AKSI CEPAT TANGGAP) as relief for tsunami and earthquake damage. In 2020, IDR 316,000,000 was donated as relief for the floods and landslides in Banten.
Editor_Atomy magazine team