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20160819_103652SEGI VALUE HOLDINGS (SVH) strongly believes in the principles of fairness and the philosophy of giving and receiving, which form the basic foundation for its daily conduct of business and operations. As a responsible corporate organization, SVH is fulfilling its social obligations with full awareness and being responsive towards the need to play its role in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). It is also the main intention for the SVH to inculcate and promote strong ethical values amongst its employees in contributing their efforts towards creating a better society through various programs identified.

SVH has identified various channels, activities and programs to benefit the internal and external society at large. Over the years, we have come to appreciate that the CSR initiatives could be organized in a more structured manner in order for us to maximize the benefits. Among the areas identified as part of our SEGI CSR Programs which is in line with our Corporate Vision, Mission & Philosophy encompass the followings:-

  • COMMUNITY
    CSR for Community matters to the local communities, who want to know that they are living amongst organizations that share their values and concerns. It matters to the localities to know that SVH provides opportunities on entrepreneurship, skills development, life-long learning and employability and strives towards poverty reduction. (Example: Vendors Management Trainee Program (VMTP)).
  • MARKETPLACE
    CSR at Marketplace matters because it mirrors the core values of the society in which we wish to live. SVH recognizes the fact it can make a difference and impact the society through innovative services and the prices it offer, which in return improves the economy, environmental and social performance.
  • WORKPLACE
    CSR at Workplace matters to those who work in and for SVH, to exercise their role in society through volunteerism and can help to create a more rewarding and inspiring working environment. (Example: Recycling activities, helping orphanage and old folk’s home, doing charity and donations).
  • ENVIRONMENT
    CSR for Environment matters to our children and future generations who expect to live in a world which respects people and nature. (Example: Reduce, Re-use & Recycling in all stores).

CSR in SVH is led by its Corporate Division and the senior management team. SVH shall be implementing various programs and activities which form the basis of CSR initiatives beginning from internal initiatives to those that may bring impact externally.

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MIHRM DSH TAWAR PENGAJIAN PERCUMA KEPADA LEPASAN SPM

Program MIHRM DHS Career Work Skill Programme menawarkan pengajian percuma kepada lepasan Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) berusia antara 17 hingga 28 tahun dengan penumpuan terhadap sembilan teras pendidikan utama antaranya, membabitkan peluang dan latihan kemahiran teknikal dalam bidang peruncitan, pelancongan, perniagaan, sumber manusia dan keselamatan

DHS Hospitality Academy dan MIHRM bertindak sebagai penggerak utama program itu di samping kerjasama fasiliti di bawah seliaan Segi Value Holdings Sdn Bhd. Sila rujuk kepada brochure.

060417 MIHRM DHS tawar pengajian percuma kepada lepasan SPM

 

RAJA MUDA SELANGOR COMMUNITY APPROACH

In conjunction of Ramadan festival, Raja Muda of Selangor, Tengku Amir Shah Sultan Sharafudin Idris Shah handed goodies to the elderly when attending a youth community clubs in the Mosque Umariah in Kampung Perepat, Kapar.

In addition of the students Saito College participation, Segi Fresh Supermarket sponsoring basic necessities donated to recipients.

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MAKING GIVING ITS BUSINESS TOO

First Charitable night at Segi Value Holdings Sdn Bhd’s gala dinner as four welfare organisations received aid of RM100,000 each with the presence of Sultan of Selangor, Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah. Ractar is one of the four welfare homes which received donations from Segi Value Holdings.  The other three organisations were Yayasan Raja Muda Selangor (YRMS), Spastic Children’s Association of Selangor and Federal Territory and the Special Children of Ampang.

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