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title NCSOFT Achieves Certification for ‘Subsidiary-Type Standard Workplace for the Challenged’
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date 2019.07.08

- Signboard-hanging ceremony for NCSOFT Service’s ‘Subsidiary-type Standard Workplace for the Challenged’ was held on July 8
- Employment for disadvantaged groups in the labor market will support economic self-reliance and the local community for the challenged


PANGYO, Korea (July 8, 2019) - NCSOFT, a global premier game developer and publisher, achieved certification for ‘Subsidiary-Type Standard Workplace for the Challenged.’

Today, NCSOFT held the signboard-hanging ceremony for NCSOFT Service’s ‘Subsidiary-type Standard Workplace for the Challenged.’ ▲NCSOFT’s CHRO (Chief Human Resources Officer) Hyunbum Koo ▲NCSOFT Service’s CEO Joungho Jo ▲Korea Employment Agency for the Challenged’s Employment Promotion Director Yonghyeon Nam, Korea Employment Agency for the Challenged’s Busan Headquarter Director Dongsoo Jang ▲Busan Vocational Competency Development Institute Director JaeSul Park attended the ceremony.

As a part of corporate social responsibility, NCSOFT signed a business agreement with Korea Employment Agency for the Challenged, last November and had prepared for establishing Subsidiary-type Standard Workplace for the challenged. NCSOFT Service arranged convenient facilities for the challenged and fulfilled the requirements for recruiting the challenged. Since May, NCSOFT Service hired twenty-five challenged employees including fourteen severely challenged employees working at diverse occupational groups.

At the ceremony, NCSOFT’s CHRO Hyunbum Koo announced “We arranged safe and comfortable working environment for all employees.” He added, “By supporting economic self-reliance for the challenged and contributing to the local community, NCSOFT will do the best we can for creating jobs.”
 

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