Manufacturers spread thin trying to reach capacity

Manufacturers spread thin trying to reach capacity

Factories are finding it hard to track down enough workers to maintain operations after numerous people left production lines for their hometowns or pivoted into other jobs during the pandemic restrictions.
Support beckons for workers in need of a career change

Support beckons for workers in need of a career change

An important solution to reduce unemployment is to support training for new skills, helping them change careers to return to work as soon as possible.
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.
City stores struggle with worker dearth

City stores struggle with worker dearth

While thousands of workers in big cities are having to migrate to their hometowns due to unemployment, many businesses trying to maintain production and business activities are facing a serious labour shortage.
Additional answers needed for stay-at-work businesses

Additional answers needed for stay-at-work businesses

Thousands of workers volunteered to stay and work in factories applying the stay-at-work model to accompany businesses and the cities to fight the pandemic. But at a time when the number of businesses suspending operations is increasing, the workers also need support.
Desperate workers weigh up hard options

Desperate workers weigh up hard options

Many unemployed workers have attempted to leave Ho Chi Minh City as they struggle to afford daily life, with many of them depending on the support of companies which are also dealing with issues.
Maintaining jobs and workers’ health in F&B sector

Maintaining jobs and workers’ health in F&B sector

Food and beverage enterprises are trying to ensure employment and workers’ safety during the current pandemic difficulties.
Number of employed workers increases in H1

Number of employed workers increases in H1

Number of employed workers in the first half of this year increased year on year, according to the General Statistics Office.
120,000 workers in Bac Giang province slated to return in November

120,000 workers in Bac Giang province slated to return in November

More than 30,000 workers will be back to work by the end of July, and 120,000 workers by the end of the year in the four industrial zones in Bac Giang province.
Foreign-invested enterprises taking nothing for granted

Foreign-invested enterprises taking nothing for granted

While safeguarding workers from the latest wave of the COVID-19 pandemic in Vietnam, foreign-invested enterprises are rolling out new strategies to thrive in the new normal with high hopes from the vaccine rollout.
Building regulations to secure workers’ rights and interests

Building regulations to secure workers’ rights and interests

With the rapid development of digital platforms in the era of Industry 4.0, many companies have been established such as Grab, Now, and GHN Express, which create convenience for customers and jobs for millions of people in Vietnam. And there have already been plenty of people making money working on these digital platforms.
Workers feel brunt of corporate issues

Workers feel brunt of corporate issues

Employees who believe they are being treated unfairly have been encouraged to seek advice regarding their rights as major foreign-invested companies and their workers feel the strain of pandemic-related woes over the past year.
Rumbles of discontent with working conditions at LG

Rumbles of discontent with working conditions at LG

Several former employees of electronics giant LG in Vietnam have spoken out about workplace mistreatment after allegedly having personal property seized and suffering from altercations with other workers.
Gloomy New Year for workers in tourism

Gloomy New Year for workers in tourism

Although the holidays are just around the corner, employees working in the tourism industry are not dreaming of Lunar New Year bonuses – they simply want the market to be bustling again during the holidays, allowing them to work and earn an income.
Workers in industrial zones face dual challenges amid pandemic

Workers in industrial zones face dual challenges amid pandemic

Workers, especially in industrial zones, are encountering dual challenges amid the COVID-19 pandemic: keeping their job in uncertain times while continuing to demand that their rights and entitlements remain protected, the deputy head of Cooperation at the EU Delegation to Vietnam said.
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