The Government this month issued Decree No. 11/2016/ND-CP, on licensing of foreign workers in Vietnam.
(VOV) - Tighter enforcement of rules designed to ensure that foreign workers are in the country legally is underway, said Colonel Nguyen Van Anh of the Immigration Management Office in Ho Chi Minh City at a recent dialogue.
Vietnam's officials have pledged to simplify administrative procedures involving foreign workers in the country, including relaxing work permit and visa requirements for them.
The Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MoLISA) said it will strictly check and supervise enterprises and organisations recruiting foreigners to better the management of the employees.
(VOV) -The People’s Committee of central Ha Tinh province has authorisednine investors in the Formosa Industrial Park (IP) to employ 2,976 foreign workers.
(VOV) - A senior labour official on August 28 quashed rumours that contractors at the Vung Ang economic zone in central Ha Tinh province are recruiting 10,000 Chinese employees, saying this is false information.
Foreigners who work in Vietnam without a work permit will be deported, according to a new decree on the employment of foreign workers.
The Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MOLISA) will introduce drastic measures to minimise the hiring of unskilled foreign workers in Vietnam, Minister Pham Thi Hai Chuyen said on August 21.
As many as 77,087 foreigners from more than 60 countries and territories are working in Vietnam, of whom 24,455 are unlicensed, according to the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MOLISA).
The Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs has instructed cities and provinces to re-examine and monitor foreigners working in Vietnam.
Light fines for working illegally in Vietnam have not been a deterrent to preventing the increasing number of illegal foreign workers in the country, according to the Employment Department under the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affair (MOLISA).
The recent media coverage of foreigners working illegally in Vietnam has left an open question about the management and supervision capacity of authorized agencies in this field.
Malaysia has slashed its work permit approvals for foreign workers by almost 70 percent so far this year, faced with the twin threat of layoffs and recession, according to a report on March 15.