The administration of Can Tho City in southern Vietnam has issued a new code of conduct for public servants, which includes a controversial ban on jeans at the office.
Online public services are meant to help reduce direct contact between citizens and State employees to prevent corrupt practices, yet few people are using such services.
Ministers of Industry and Trade, Natural Resources and Environment, Education and Training, and Home Affairs will appear at the National Assembly (NA)’s question and answer session which is scheduled to last two and a half days from November 15-17.
(VOV) - The Government has announced an ambitious plan to slash 100,000 jobs over the next six years until 2020, in an effort to make State organisations more cost-effective.
The Prime Minister has approved the proposal submitted by the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MOLISA) on a nine-day holiday for the upcoming Lunar New Year festival (Tet).
The basic salary for civil servants will be raised from VND830,000 per month to VND1.05 million as of May 1, 2012, according to the Ministry of Home Affairs.