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dimanche 9 février 2020

Vietnam wants Chinese employees quarantined amid coronavirus fear

Amid concerns over the spread of novel coronavirus, the Ho Chi Minh City Department of Labour, Invalid and Social Affairs has told a number of firms that 1,079 foreign workers who recently travelled to China and returned to HCM City to work after the Tết (Lunar New Year) holiday must be quarantined.

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mardi 24 décembre 2019

Vietnam’s Public Holidays in 2020

Vietnam’s public holidays are administered by the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs of Vietnam (MOLISA).

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lundi 16 décembre 2019

Vietnam’s workers finally lose their chains

New FTAs force ruling Communist Party to allow independent unions that could deter not promote new foreign investment

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lundi 2 décembre 2019

Workers of Vietnam, Unite ?

A revised labor code could have important implications for how trade unions operate in the country.

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mardi 29 octobre 2019

Postcards from a poisoned coast: Vietnam's people-smuggling heartland

The countryside in the Vietnamese provinces of Nghe An and Ha Tinh is dotted with billboards for labor export companies advertising jobs or study overseas.

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vendredi 11 octobre 2019

Choke point : Vietnam skilled labor squeezed by Sino-U.S. trade war

A new front has opened in the U.S.-China trade war as companies shifting manufacturing to Vietnam engage in a fierce battle for skilled labor, aggravating an existing shortage and prompting calls for education reforms to address the problem.

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mardi 10 septembre 2019

Vietnam’s Vingroup gives hard sell to own workers

Leaked memos reveal pressure to buy VinFast cars and to use Vsmart phones

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lundi 8 juillet 2019

Vietnam gambles on workers’ rights

In a desperate effort to tame rebellious workers, Vietnam is now building a collective bargaining regime. But empowering independent trade unions could backfire for the country’s authoritarian government — and allow workers to fight back against multinational capital.

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mercredi 3 juillet 2019

More than 280,000 people receive unemployment allowance

A total of 280,084 people have received unemployment allowance so far this year, and more than 13,600 people were supported with vocational training.

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mardi 25 juin 2019

Vietnam to China and back : How one illegal factory worker embodies the trade war manufacturing exodus

Seeking a better life for himself and his new wife, Manh travelled over 800km to work in a lingerie factory in Dongguan despite not speaking Mandarin Six years later and with the manufacturing landscape changing, he is back in Vietnam working as a Mandarin-speaking shift supervisor for a Chinese company

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lundi 27 mai 2019

Vietnam’s high school graduates prefer skilled jobs than university

Vietnam's high school graduates would rather enter the labor workforce than apply for university due to the hike in skilled worker demand. Students enrolling in technical education also increased significantly over the last two years.

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dimanche 24 mars 2019

Record number of foreign residents due to Vietnam arrivals

A sharp increase in students and technical interns from Vietnam helped push the number of foreign residents in Japan to a record high, the Justice Ministry said March 22.

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vendredi 8 février 2019

Vietnam’s consumer electronics sector faces recruitment boom

With more firms expected to relocate from China to Vietnam this year, there will likely be strong demand for labour in the latter.

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jeudi 24 janvier 2019

Vietnam not too good at attracting, retaining talent

Vietnam has not done a good job of attracting and retaining talents compared to other countries in Southeast Asia.

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mercredi 26 décembre 2018

Taiwan : 152 Vietnam tourists 'disappear' during holiday

The Taiwanese authorities are searching for 152 Vietnamese people who arrived on tourist visas last week and have since gone missing.

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lundi 24 décembre 2018

Foreign workers in Vietnam liable for social insurance payment

According to the government’s decree No. 143/2018, foreign workers would pay 8 percent of their monthly salary to the retirement and survivorship allowance fund from January 1, 2022.

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dimanche 30 septembre 2018

Vietnam's barefoot tradies

Australia's macho tradesmen hold a sacred place in our national mythology. But in Vietnam, tradie life looks a little different.

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jeudi 16 août 2018

Vietnam limits minimum wage hike to 5.3%

Increase marks record low as ASEAN members vie for foreign business

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dimanche 1 juillet 2018

Jobless at 30: Welfare crisis looms in Vietnam

Young employees in Vietnam are seeking "retirement" benefits after being laid off by firms looking to save wages and social insurance costs.

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mardi 17 avril 2018

Captive workers rescued from illegal gold mine in central Vietnam

They were forced to work at night and to hide underground to evade local authorities.

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mardi 3 avril 2018

Vietnam's sex industry and the sticky subject of legalizing it

'Sex workers should have the right to make a living, contribute to society, and enjoy welfare in terms of healthcare and education.'

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dimanche 25 mars 2018

Thousands of Vietnamese workers take to highway to protest wage cuts

The protest caused hours of congestion and prompted the Taiwanese company to cancel a new payment plan.

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mardi 6 mars 2018

Saigon workers cash in on highest pay in Vietnam

They were paid $456 per month on average last year, 38 percent higher than the national average.

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mardi 16 janvier 2018

Vietnam likely to raise retirement ages

The Vietnamese Ministry of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs has proposed raising retirement ages from the current 60 to 62 for men, and from 55 to 60 for women from 2021.

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mardi 12 décembre 2017

Vietnam to raise minimum salary next year

Vietnam's regional minimum salary will be raised by 6.5 percent in 2018, or each employee will receive additional 180,000-230,000 Vietnamese dong (8-10.1 U.S. dollars) a month, the Ministry of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs said on Tuesday.

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lundi 27 novembre 2017

Ministry inspects Samsung Vietnam over worker mistreatment

The Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs have announced the result of the investigation at Samsung Vietnam that was accused of mistreating workers by Sweden's International POPs Elimination Network.

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jeudi 26 octobre 2017

Improving Vietnam’s workforce in implementing FTAs

Only 21 percent of Vietnamese workers are provided with training. Meanwhile labour productivity is low.

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vendredi 6 octobre 2017

Việt Nam has 18m unofficial workers

Việt Nam has more than 18 million unofficial workers, according to a report released in Hà Nội on Wednesday.

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dimanche 24 septembre 2017

Hong Kong ‘close to lifting visa ban’ on domestic workers from Vietnam, top envoy says

Consul general believes restriction could be lifted in a few months to a year

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dimanche 11 juin 2017

Vietnam is losing economic ground to China due to lack of high-skilled workers

Vietnam has grown at an average 6.2% per year since 2000, gaining fame worldwide as a go-to place for export manufacturing, largely because of cheap labor.

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