If the COVID-19 situation worsens, 75% of companies will seek to cut human resource costs, a recent survey by HR consulting firm Talentnet Corporation has found.
The cooperation programme between the Hue University of Education and the French Centre-Val de Loire National Institute of Applied Sciences (INSA) in the past years has helped train high-quality human resources for the country.
Real estate, retail and information technology are among key sectors struggling to attract talent despite offering attractive salaries.
Japanese firms in Vietnam offer their employees a stable raise every year, a new report on hiring and business culture by Vietnam-based HR consulting firm Navigos Group has found.
Human resources have a huge bearing on corporate success, delegates told a panel discussion on “Integrated mindset” held in HCM City on March 29.
(VOV) - Vietnam needs to focus on training human resources (HR) to meet the requirements of the sectors the country places priority on development, said Central Institute for Economic Management (CIEM) Vice Director Nguyen Thi Tue Anh at a seminar in Hanoi on September 29.
(VOV) - Without a long-term human resource (HR) development strategy, businesses are unable to stand firm and operate efficiently in a highly competitive environment, experts warned at a workshop in HCM City on September 29.
(VOV) - Vietnam Human Resources Day 2012 (Vietnam HR Day) will be launched in Hanoi on October 14 and Ho Chi Minh City on October 21.