businesses remain cautious about recruitment

Businesses remain cautious about recruitment

Businesses remain cautious about recruitment for 2024 with more than a third of firms maintaining their workforce size, according to a survey from Adecco Vietnam released on January 25.
vietnamese recruitment landscape should expect stable salaries and regular increments

Vietnamese recruitment landscape should expect stable salaries and regular increments

The Salary Survey 2024 that was conducted by Robert Walters and released on January 17 reveals that in the face of economic challenges, the Vietnamese recruitment market is displaying remarkable resilience and showing great optimism for 2024.
talent acquisition and recruitment policies transforming

Talent acquisition and recruitment policies transforming

ManpowerGroup Vietnam on December 5 released its 2024 Salary Guide to provide an in-depth industry overview and salary ranges for various roles and levels across 10 key industries grounded in real data and projections.
highly trained workers in demand for logistics field

Highly-trained workers in demand for logistics field

Although recruitment demand is high and income levels particularly attractive, the logistics field is still in short supply of workers, especially highly-trained ones.
techcombank celebrates 30 year anniversary

Techcombank celebrates 30-year anniversary

Since its founding, Techombank has delivered outstanding operations and made significant contributions to Vietnam's financial sector. Jens Lottner, CEO of Techcombank, spoke with VIR’s Thuy Dinh about the bank's three-decade journey, its distinct corporate and recruitment culture, as well as its strategic goals and aspirations.
malaysia to recruit large number of foreign workers in three sub sectors

Malaysia to recruit large number of foreign workers in three sub-sectors

Applications for the recruitment of foreign workers for barbershops and the textile and goldsmithery sub-sectors will open on October 10, according to Malaysian Minister of Human Resources V. Sivakumar.
recruitment soaring in tech titan positions

Recruitment soaring in tech titan positions

A number of foreign-invested enterprises are relocating their operations to the north, creating greater demand for local recruitment.
work permits and a smoother process

Work permits and a smoother process

In order for foreigners to work in Vietnam, employers and employees must comply with regulations governing the issuance of work permits. Vietnamese law has specific regulations on conditions for such people to work here, conditions for recruitment and employment of foreigners in Vietnam, procedures for issuance of work permits, and other related conditions.
it among most needed jobs in vietnam experts

IT among most needed jobs in Vietnam: Experts

Occupations relating to information technology, high-tech and supporting industries are employment groups with high recruitment demand, experts have said.
number of vietnamese labourers in rok grows

Number of Vietnamese labourers in RoK grows

The number of Vietnamese workers registered to work in the Republic of Korea (RoK) has reached more than 23,400, nearly double the agreed recruitment target between Vietnam and the RoK, the Centre for Overseas Labour under the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs announced.
rights made central to foreign worker policy

Rights made central to foreign worker policy

Applying fair recruitment criteria is necessary to protect sustainable human resource development between Vietnam and Japan, according to labour experts.
green jobs needed as businesses embrace sustainability

Green jobs needed as businesses embrace sustainability

As the nation is aiming for green growth, Nguyen Thanh Huong, Country HR Manager of the leading global recruitment, staffing, outsourcing and payroll company ManpowerGroup Vietnam shares about the growing importance of sustainability in business strategies and green job opportunities in the country.
majority of employers willing to boost pay amidst job hopping trend

Majority of employers willing to boost pay amidst job-hopping trend

Despite most companies in Vietnam assuming a wait-and-see attitude to the forecasted global economic downturn in 2023, the latest Global Salary Survey from professional recruitment specialist Robert Walters indicates that 88 per cent of companies are willing to raise employees’ salaries.
why womens empowerment in business matters now

Why women's empowerment in business matters now

Global trends show that there have been innovative approaches to equal recruitment and promoting women’s career development and leadership, with Vietnam being no exception.
report highlights vietnams it job market post pandemic

Report highlights Vietnam’s IT job market post-pandemic

IT talent shortages are not a huge issue in Vietnam, at least currently and in the near future, according to a fresh report, Salary & Job Expectation of IT Professionals 2022-2023 by ITviec, a site for IT recruitment in Vietnam.