Vietnam’s labourer supplying capacity and demand for foreign workers of the Czech Republic’s Karlovy Cary region were discussed at a conference held in Karlovy Vary city on December 8.
VOV.VN - In the competition to recruit much-needed foreign talent, the Republic of Korea work permit program is outperforming the scheme established by Japan.
VOV.VN - Leaders of the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (Molisa) say an updated forecast for 2017 shows the guest worker program is on solid ground.
VOV.VN - Few countries have as many of their citizens working abroad as Vietnam, or depend so greatly on labour exports for economic vitality, says the Ho Chi Minh City Department of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs.
VOV.VN - Vietnam sent 43,858 guest workers, including 16,048 female workers abroad during the first five months of this year, meeting 43.86% of this year’s target.
VOV.VN - Deputy Minister of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MoLISA) Doan Mau Diep on March 18 announced the Republic of Korea (RoK) has once again placed a 3,500 cap on the number of guest workers for the year.
VOV.VN - As many as 15,605 Vietnamese workers, including 6,695 women went to work abroad in the first two months of this year, meeting 15.61% of the yearly plan, equivalent to 90.69% of the plan set for last year.
VOV.VN - Vietnam’s labour exports dipped only marginally by 0.48% year-on-year to 8,627 workers for the month of January, reports the Overseas Labour Management Department (OLMD).
(VOV) - Labour exports jumped 9.1% year-on-year to 99,400 workers for the first 10 months of the year, surpassing the annual target for 2015 by 4.65%, according to the Overseas Labour Management Department (OLMD).
More than 100,000 Vietnamese workers went abroad to work last year, doubling the yearly target by the Ministry of Labor, Invalids, and Social Affairs.
(VOV) - Demand for Vietnamese migrant workers will most likely expand to over 90,000 in 2015 on the back of the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) integration, according to the Department of Overseas Labour Management (DOLM).
(VOV) - Vietnam has forecast 2015 to be another banner year for the labour export market, forecasting it will send in excess of 105,000 guest workers abroad, roughly the same number as 2014.
Over 20 businesses gathered at a workshop in Quang Nam province on January 13 to strategise initiatives to boost labour exports.
(VOV) - Vietnam has set another milestone for 2014, sending in excess of 105,000 guest workers abroad – the highest figure ever recorded, reports the Department of Overseas Labour Management (DOLM).
(VOV) - Many local people have lost trust in labour export agencies and believe government officials have not paid sufficient oversight and attention to guest workers needs.
Vietnam did not annually spend US$3.5 billion on feeding the apparatus in charge of poverty reduction, confirmed Deputy Minister of Labour, Invalid and Social Affairs Nguyen Trong Dam.
(VOV) - The labour sector will implement practical measures to ensure sustainable poverty reduction and social welfare, with priority given to labour export.
With its traditional labour export markets growing steadily, Vietnam is expected to fulfill this year's target, says Dao Cong Hai Deputy Head of the Department of Overseas Labour (DOLAB).
Despite a fall in the first half of this year, labour exports are expected to bounce back thanks to steady economic recovery in Vietnam’s traditional labour markets.
Vietnam’s labour export is expected to enjoy growth in 2012, says the Department of Overseas Labour (DOL) under the Ministry of Labour, Invalids, and Social Affairs (MOLISA).