Quang Khoi Hospital and Nghe An Labour Federation cooperate in post-Covid-19 healthcare consultation

Quang Khoi Hospital and Nghe An Labour Federation cooperate in post-Covid-19 healthcare consultation

The Nghe An Federation of Labour and Quang Khoi General Hospital on May 11 signed an agreement on post-Covid-19 healthcare for local workers.
Accelerating trends and renewed urgency for labour

Accelerating trends and renewed urgency for labour

This year several labour trends have emerged that will impact organisations of every size, according to ManpowerGroup’s recently released report.
Labour conundrum leaves enterprises struggling with Lunar New Year demand

Labour conundrum leaves enterprises struggling with Lunar New Year demand

Workers taking leave early to return to their hometown before Lunar New Year is causing an imbalance between supply and demand in the labour market and creating more burdens for businesses, especially in the service sector.
Labour market prepares for post-holiday season

Labour market prepares for post-holiday season

While the labour market in the first quarter of 2022 is expecting positive changes in recruitment demand, overall unemployment and underemployment rates are expected to be even higher than last year.
SABECO donates 2,000 free tickets under “Tet-One Home” to spread New Year unity

SABECO donates 2,000 free tickets under “Tet-One Home” to spread New Year unity

2,000 workers and university students will receive free tickets from Bia Saigon to return to their respective hometowns for the Lunar New Year.
SABECO nurtures unity and continuity

SABECO nurtures unity and continuity

Although the pandemic has poured pressure on the beer industry, Saigon Beer-Alcohol-Beverage Corporation has been able to prepare for future uncertainty and protect its labour force through flexible initiatives.
Garment-makers face unpredictable shopping season

Garment-makers face unpredictable shopping season

Deeply stuck amid labour and raw material shortages, textile and footwear businesses are being urged to prepare for next season, even if preparations must be executed with lowered capacities
Companies juggle labour shortages with big costs

Companies juggle labour shortages with big costs

Thousands of workers are returning to their hometowns due to the pandemic, raising the prospects of an acute shortage of labour when manufacturers resume operations.
Crisis adds to modernisation of Vietnam’s labour structure

Crisis adds to modernisation of Vietnam’s labour structure

Fruit and rice are among the most important crops and export goods of Vietnam, but this year’s harvest could be rendered meagre amid a severe shortage of labour that is based on the rapid urbanisation and labour migration and now exacerbated by the pandemic.
Addressing labour demand and caring for staff wellbeing

Addressing labour demand and caring for staff wellbeing

COVID-19 rapidly evolved into an economic and social crisis around the world, but enterprises have plans at hand to minimise disruptions to their operations, including to recruit new employees..
MoLISA thrashes out latest labour bailout proposals

MoLISA thrashes out latest labour bailout proposals

As both employers and employees suffer under the global health crisis, issuing new bailout packages is considered an urgent requirement to not only support their operations and livelihoods but also spur economic growth in the long run.
Breaking through prejudices holding back female founders

Breaking through prejudices holding back female founders

Making up nearly 50 per cent of the labour force and contributing about 30 per cent of Vietnam’s GDP each year, women are becoming an important driver of economic development. However, the startup stage is still heavily slanted towards men, with deep-rooted stereotypes and prejudices putting women in a disadvantage.
Women presence in world of work: The Reality in rough numbers

Women presence in world of work: The Reality in rough numbers

Athough almost three-quarters of the Vietnamese female working-age population has been consistently contributing to the labour force for over two decades, Vietnamese women still face numerous barriers to employment equality – particularly following COVID-19, as they have been shown to be more susceptible to unemployment than men.
Tourism businesses face risk of labour crisis

Tourism businesses face risk of labour crisis

The latest wave of COVID-19 has dealt a demoralising blow to Vietnam’s tourism industry and continued to keep nearly five million tourism workers in unemployment.
ILO and Vietnam join forces to promote international labour standards

ILO and Vietnam join forces to promote international labour standards

Vietnam plans to ratify 15 more ILO Conventions, including a core convention on freedom of association during the 2021-30 period.
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