Seeking better pay overseas, many migrants are being ruthlessly exploited, while relevant agencies lack the means to monitor or protect them
samedi 31 août 2013
dimanche 25 août 2013
Hanoi - Last year, three teenage boys jumped out of a third-floor window in Ho Chi Minh City and ran as fast as they could until they found help. It was one in the morning and they did not know where they were going.
vendredi 20 avril 2012
HCM City Social Securities deputy director Do Quang Khanh brings some light to social insurance payment in the southern hub and suggests measures to help cushion the increase in violations within the social insurance domain.
samedi 21 janvier 2012
Vietnam deputy prime minister Nguyen Thien Nhan has ordered better labour policies because strikes continue to occur, with 2011 recording twice the number compared to the previous year.
jeudi 12 janvier 2012
Hanoi - Vietnam reported a record number of wildcat strikes last year because of demands for salary hikes prompted by soaring inflation, authorities said Thursday.
jeudi 28 juillet 2011
Vietnam has achieved continuously high growth for almost a decade by relying on natural resources and a cheap labor source. But now, it is losing those advantages.
mercredi 27 octobre 2010
HANOI — Vietnam has jailed for up to nine years three labour activists found guilty of disrupting security, after a trial that lasted less than a day, a court official said.
mardi 29 septembre 2009
Vietnam's labour costs are rising, despite the continual economic downturn which has stunted employment across the nation.
samedi 10 janvier 2009
Vietnam was hit by a record 762 labour strikes last year, many of them in textile and footwear plants, as workers struggled with costs amid spiralling inflation, a labour union official said Thursday.
mercredi 7 janvier 2009
The General Statistical Office (GSO) has announced the latest number of unemployed in the country at over one million, Dong Ba Huong, director of the GSO's Population and Labour Statistics Department, told the Daily Saturday.
mardi 6 janvier 2009
HANOI - The decrease in Vietnam's growth rate this year could entail a loss of 300,000 jobs or 0.65% of the labour force, according to the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MoLISA).