Vietnam sets targets for workforce development for digital transformation

Vietnam sets targets for workforce development for digital transformation

Vietnamese prime minister has signed a decision approving the scheme on improving awareness and developing human resources for national digital transformation by 2025, with a vision towards 2030.
Recruitment methods adjusted to reduce disruption

Recruitment methods adjusted to reduce disruption

Companies are boosting digital transformation in human resources and recruitment with a view to sustaining workforce resilience in times of uncertainty and disruption.
Developing human resources to adapt to new normal

Developing human resources to adapt to new normal

Human resources, especially skilled workforce, play a decisive role in the socioeconomic development of each country.
Japanese investors making intentions known in Vietnam

Japanese investors making intentions known in Vietnam

With Vietnam strongly accelerating infrastructure works and improving human resources quality, Japan is expected to continue assisting its strategic partner in these areas.
Tech advances to become foundation of competition

Tech advances to become foundation of competition

In the context of today’s issues and Industry 4.0 rolling out globally, low investment in technological innovation and human resources development is undermining the competitiveness of Vietnam’s economy and businesses.
Stay-at-work policies hit ports in Vietnam

Stay-at-work policies hit ports in Vietnam

Facing challenges due to a lack of human resources as a result of the stay-at-work policies, several ports in Vietnam have yet to find a way to solve the crisis, waiting for adjustments from local authorities to ensure smooth operations.
Navigating the acute talent shortage for digital transformation

Navigating the acute talent shortage for digital transformation

International enterprises are facing a talent drought during the digital transformation. The US – one of the 10 leading countries in digital transformation – has been applying various short- and long-term measures to remedy the human resources issues.
ASEAN, EU look to expand higher education cooperation

ASEAN, EU look to expand higher education cooperation

The Secretariat of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) in collaboration with the Delegation of the European Union (EU) to ASEAN are organising virtually the 4th ASEAN-EU Cooperation and Scholarship Day on August 12-13.
Human factor at centre of Fourth Industrial Revolution

Human factor at centre of Fourth Industrial Revolution

Along with large businesses with ample resources, many small- and medium-sized enterprises are now also mulling over investment in technology and digital transformation.
C.T Group inks deal with University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City

C.T Group inks deal with University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City

C.T Group has signed a comprehensive partnership with the University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City to research new technology and train human resources.
Working with a smile at SABECO

Working with a smile at SABECO

As part of its strategy to become the leading beverage industry group in Vietnam, SABECO has not only implemented its SABECO 4.0 programme, which will transform its business to increase efficiency, it is also continuing to focus on developing human resour
Bettering workplaces to retain talent

Bettering workplaces to retain talent

After a year of fluctuations in both business and human resources, many Vietnamese businesses are working to improve and establish a new working environment to attract more highly-skilled workers
Getting to grips with digital change

Getting to grips with digital change

Human resources and an appropriate legal framework are seen as the backbone of the digital transformation, yet both remain limited. VIR’s Van Nguyen discussed with PwC Vietnam’s general director Dinh Thi Quynh Van possible solutions that could be implemented sooner rather than later.
Vietnam expects to welcome more investors next year

Vietnam expects to welcome more investors next year

Vietnam is still regarded by investors as an attractive destination thanks to its stable politics and macro economy, favourable geographical location, and advantages in land and human resources, according to Deputy Minister of Planning and Investment Tran Quoc Phuong.
Vietnam lags behind high-income nations in digital skills and AI

Vietnam lags behind high-income nations in digital skills and AI

There is a widening gap of digital skills, especially in AI, between Vietnam and high-income nations, according to the 2020 Global Talent Competitiveness Index.
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