Vietnam’s retail market saw a lot of changes and activities during the third quarter of this year, according to Navigos Search, with the emergence of international fashion brands opening up more employment opportunities for local candidates at all levels.
The retail sector faces a high rate of employee turnover, hampering firms’ long-term development, argues a recent report by Navigos Group, the country’s leading human resources recruiter.
Recruitment demand is expected to rise for the rest of the year as companies plan to expand their production, labour market reports have revealed.
Delegates to a seminar held in Ho Chi Minh City on June 28 raised concern about the lack of highly-skilled IT workforce in the country.
Recruitment demand for mid- and senior-level staff rose by 73 percent in the first quarter compared to the same period last year, according to a report from Navigos Search, an executive search service in Vietnam.
Graduates from UK educational institutions should come to visit a career event called “Drive your success 2016” at Novotel Saigon on November 6 if they want to look for a job.
Job positions for mid-level and senior managers rose by 38% in the second quarter against the first three months of the year, according to job recruiting agency Navigos Search.
Commercial banks employees have received higher salaries in the first quarter this year thanks to the improved performance of banks.
Recruitment demands for mid-level and senior managers for enterprises nationwide rose dramatically during the first quarter of the year, according to recruitment companies.
Commercial bank employees received an average monthly wage last year of VND13-23 million (US$590-1,045), up VND1-4 million against 2014, thanks to banks’ better performance.
The highest monthly salary for mid-level and senior managers in Vietnam was VND225 million (US$10,000), up by 11% in 2015 in comparison with the previous year, according to a report by Navigos Search, a Vietnamese recruitment agency.
While hopes are high that the coming ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) will bring opportunities to Vietnamese labour, the country's workforce still has a lot of work to do to take advantage of them.
The domestic retail sector is expected to be the largest creator of jobs this year, according to a job survey conducted by Navigos Search, a leading provider of executive search and management consultancy services in Vietnam.
Up to 92% of Vietnamese professionals see the establishment of the regional ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) as a good opportunity to develop their career, according to a recent survey conducted by recruitment firm VietnamWorks.