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Specifically, ManpowerGroup Vietnam is recruiting over 1,000 associates as electronic component assemblers, warehouse workers, and fashion sellers under various types of employment contracts such as temporary, project-based, long-term, short-term, and paid internships.
Le Thi Kim, head of Staffing and Outsourcing services, northern region, ManpowerGroup Vietnam said that, “Our operations in the North of Vietnam are capable for one-time transition up to 3,000 employees from our clients, while all HR procedures can be completed within a month. We are able to operate this by our extremely agile service team to take over and manage such large volumes. For recruitment, we can place up to 800 people a month for one project. Apart from that, during 2020, we have also provided paid internships to 1,200 students, enabling them to prepare well for their future career with potential employers."
The contingent workforce now comprises up to 57 per cent of Vietnam’s total workforce of over 57.5 million people. They prefer flexible work like temporary, part-time, service contract, and project-based arrangements. With the above-mentioned job roles, Manpower associates can earn an average monthly income from VND7 million ($305) to VND10 million ($435) apart from many other incentives such as commuting, housing allowance, and quarterly bonuses.
Manpower Vietnam also strives to achieve and ensure that the local workforce has meaningful and legitimate jobs and sustainable income for themselves and their families while working in a safe environment.
ManpowerGroup (NYSE: MAN), the leading global workforce solutions company, helps organisations transform in a fast-changing world of work by sourcing, assessing, developing, and managing the talent that enables them to win. The company develops innovative solutions for hundreds of thousands of organisations every year, providing them with skilled talent while finding meaningful, sustainable employment for millions of people across a wide range of industries and skills.
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