Labour export slowed down amid pandemic

Labour export slowed down amid pandemic

The goal of sending 130,000 Vietnamese workers abroad to work in 2020 looks to be out of reach with most of Vietnam’s main labour export markets restricting the introduction of foreign workers, causing departure schedules of many workers to be suspended indefinitely.
Evolution of labour swirling inside ASEAN

Evolution of labour swirling inside ASEAN

Global labour markets are facing more uncertainties than ever as the world is confronting a devastating health crisis, just before technological advances began to potentially threaten labourers.
Vietnam preparing international labour resources

Vietnam preparing international labour resources

Vietnam’s labour sector is strongly integrating globally. Director general of the General Directorate of Vocational Education and Training Truong Anh Dung talked with VIR’s Hoang Oanh on plans to renovate training and improve the quality of human resources to meet rising demands.
ManpowerGroup and MoLISA seek sustainable employment and business model in new normal

ManpowerGroup and MoLISA seek sustainable employment and business model in new normal

ManpowerGroup Vietnam and the MoLISA organised a webinar to explore solutions to a sustainable employment and business model to fit the new normal.
Crunch time for labour-intensive areas

Crunch time for labour-intensive areas

As the country faces an unexpected economic crisis, industrial zones are reeling to protect enterprises vulnerable to diseases, especially those labour-intensive businesses that play an important role in the nation’s exports.
Boosting investment into specialised industrial parks

Boosting investment into specialised industrial parks

Investors are pulling out all the stops with industrial park development, racing ahead to capitalise on businesses' growing demand in the southern region.
Answers required for skilled labour scarcity

Answers required for skilled labour scarcity

Vietnam is expected to continue suffering from shortages of high-skilled engineers due to a rise in local production.
Trump flies into British election campaign

Trump flies into British election campaign

US President Donald Trump flies into Britain next week, just days before its general election - and if earlier visits are any guide, fireworks are expected.
Releasing potential of quality labour

Releasing potential of quality labour

The Fourth Industrial Revolution brings not only new issues, but also possibilities for Vietnam’s education and training sector to improve its quality in order to overcome the thirst for high-level labour, as well as meet the increasingly stringent requir
Local companies offer 29 per cent lower salary than multinationals

Local companies offer 29 per cent lower salary than multinationals

In 2019, the average salary offered by local companies is 29 per cent lower than multinational companies, with the gap growing the higher the position.
PM asks labour confederation to take better care of workers

PM asks labour confederation to take better care of workers

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc asked the Vietnam General Confederation of Labour (VGCL) to boost coordination with the Government to better ensure the legal and legitimate rights and interests of workers, at a working session with the VGCL Presidium in Hanoi on September 25.
Vietnam and ILO celebrate 100 year journey for social justice

Vietnam and ILO celebrate 100 year journey for social justice

The ILO celebrated its 100th anniversary with the theme “Shared ideals of Ho Chi Minh and ILO – towards decent work for all” with MoLISA, VGCL, VCCI, and VCA.
HEINEKEN Vietnam once again honoured as best place to work for in Asia

HEINEKEN Vietnam once again honoured as best place to work for in Asia

For the second consecutive year, HEINEKEN Vietnam has recently been recognised as one of the best companies to work for in Asia.
Debate on 2020 regional minimum wage continues

Debate on 2020 regional minimum wage continues

As usual, at the annual meeting of the National Wage Council next year's changes to the regional minimum wage were discussed.
Labour market records positive figures in six months

Labour market records positive figures in six months

The General Statistics Office (GSO) has reported encouraging data in the labour market in the first six months of 2019, including unemployment decline and income improvement.
|< < 1 2 3 4 > >|