Continuous Professional Development (CPD)
Employees are to attend seminars, courses, talks, workshops, and lectures on technical and non-technical topics organized by the Firm. Whether In-house training or external training, employees are are required to earn a minimum of CPD points in a year based on the accumulated training hours attended.
Professional Leadership Development Program
Professional Leadership Development Program was launched on 11.11.2011. A program that especially to gratify and spot the future potential leader for Cheng & Co staffs. In order to support our professional growth, we are developing a "Professional Leadership & Technical Development Program" to attract and cultivate the high potential employees to be the leader of the future in respond to future challenges and continuous improvements in performance. Subject to satisfactory performance, the benefits to participants include: -
Cheng & Co Foundation
Essentially, we are on the ambitious aim of providing corporate social responsibilities in the field of education through the establishment of Cheng & Co Foundation. The main objectives which to offer scholarships/financial assistances to all the staff and children of the clients, associate in the Cheng & Co Group of Companies in the field of accountancy, tax, business administration, financial and commercial studies.
Employee who are pursuing professional qualification and are in need of financial assistance but are unable to get it from any financial sources can approach the firm for grant. The Study Support is granted on the condition that the employee has worked one year in the firm. (Term & condition applied).
Annual Company Conference includes trip, annual dinner, seminars/trainings are activities that benefit the employees and to bring the employees closer together to
cultivate relationship, friendship and colleagueship. These sessions will include team building activities which give employees the chance to learn more effectively
over a much shorter period, reducing time away from work and bringing a tightly focused approach to skills development.
Training is about gaining the skills needed for a job. These may be learned at the place of work (on-the-job) or away from work (off-the-job). On-the-job training tends to be more cost-effective and relevant. However, off-the-job training is usually carried out by professional trainers. It also occurs away from the distractions of work.