VOV.VN - The Ministry of Labour, Invalid and Social Affairs (MOLISA) has decided to temporary suspend Vietnam’s labour exports in the face of the coronavirus pandemic evolving in a complex manner throughout the globe.
The Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MoLISA) on January 8 ordered agencies and localities to halt sending workers to the Middle East in the face of current tensions in the region.
A total of 240 workers will be chosen to work in Japanese hospitals this year, the Department of Overseas Labour (DoLAB) under the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MoLISA) has announced.
Approximately 116,000 Vietnamese labourers were sent abroad to work last year.
(VOV) - The Western Union and the Department of Overseas Labour (DOLAB) have presented 20.000 handbooks to Vietnamese migrant workers for reference before they go to work abroad.
(VOV) - Since the inception of the economic reforms in the 1980s, one-clear objective of the Vietnam government has been to use labour migration as a strategy to increase employment and reduce poverty.
(VOV) -The Department of Overseas Labour (DOLAB) has revealed that Vietnam sent 8,669 guest workers to foreign markets in January, accounting for 9.13% of the target set for the entire year.
(VOV) - In 10 months leading up to November, Vietnam had sent almost 16,300 workers to Japan and this is the first year Vietnam broke its record of sending 15,000 guest workers to the country annually.
(VOV) -As of August 22, a total of 1,391 Vietnamese workers have been safely evacuated to the homeland from war-torn Libya, according to statistics released by the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MoLISA).
(VOV) - The Ministry of Labour Invalids and Social Affairs (MOLISA) has implemented measures to ensure safety for 1,750 workers in Libya, including 200 in Tripoli and Bengazi, where conflicts are escalating.
(VOV) -A special service called Mywork Mobile went live in Hanoi on May 26, providing the latest information on employment opportunities for mobile phone users.
(VOV) - Vietnam sent 23,277 guest workers abroad, including 9,044 females, in the first quarter of the year, according to the Department of Overseas Labour (DOLAB).
About 100 Vietnamese nurses will get training and work in Germany under a pilot programme between the two countries, according to the Ministry of Labour, War Invalids and Social Affairs.
(VOV) - The Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MOLISA) will tighten labour export management to stop the number of Vietnamese nationals working illegally in the Republic of Korea.
The Department for Overseas Labour (DOLAB) plans to train 150 orderlies in late 2012 and select prospective candidates for work in Japan in early 2014.
Vietnamese guestworkers trained in Japan are becoming key human resources for Japanese-invested companies in Vietnam.
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).