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Vietnam ready to make labour market effective

Vietnam ready to make labour market effective

The share of job seekers who are using formal channels (employment services) is growing in Vietnam, but still accounts for a minority of the job search channels used.

CPTPP could create 27,000 jobs in Vietnam each year

CPTPP could create 27,000 jobs in Vietnam each year

Joining the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) will help create 17,000-27,000 jobs each year for Vietnamese workers from 2020, Director of the Institute of Labour Science and Social Affairs Dao Quang Vinh has said.

CPTPP increases competition in international labor market

CPTPP increases competition in international labor market

VOV.VN - Vietnam has become the 7th country to ratify the Comprehensive and Progressive Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP). Once it takes effect later this year, it will bring a lot of opportunities and also challenges to Vietnam, particularly its labor market and industrial relationship.

ILO: CPTPP helps Vietnam advance labor reforms

ILO: CPTPP helps Vietnam advance labor reforms

Vietnam’s ratification of the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) is expected to boost the country’s labor reforms, according to a statement released on November 12 by the International Labor Organization (ILO).

Vietnam plans to develop new industrial relations

Vietnam plans to develop new industrial relations

It is time for Vietnam to develop a new industrial relations framework to boost economic growth and enterprise productivity and ensure workers receive a fair share of the gains produced through their labour.

Binh Duong to pilot ILO’s New Industrial Framework project

Binh Duong to pilot ILO’s New Industrial Framework project

The Labour Confederation of Binh Duong has asked for cooperation from the Binh Duong Furniture Association (BIFA) to pilot a project to develop a New Industrial Relations Framework (NIRF/ILO project) in the southern province.

PM Phuc holds UN support for Vietnam in high regard

PM Phuc holds UN support for Vietnam in high regard

VOV.VN - Looking back on Vietnam-UN cooperation over the past four decades, Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has applauded UN agencies’ support, which has delivered practical benefits to Vietnam.

Industry 4.0’s opportunities, challenges to heat up WEF ASEAN

Industry 4.0’s opportunities, challenges to heat up WEF ASEAN

The World Economic Forum on ASEAN (WEF ASEAN), slated for September 11-13 in Hanoi, will offer a chance for countries to share experience in utilising opportunities and addressing challenges generated by the fourth Industrial Revolution.

Vietnam striving to capitalize on revolution 4.0 opportunities

Vietnam striving to capitalize on revolution 4.0 opportunities

VOV.VN -Vietnam is sparing no efforts to ensure sustainable growth by improving the quality of growth and taking full advantage of the opportunities of the Industrial Revolution 4.0 to increase its labour productivity and competitiveness to move up the higher ladder in the global value chain.

Vietnam could lose 5 million jobs to robots by 2020: ILO

Vietnam could lose 5 million jobs to robots by 2020: ILO

Vietnam could lose 5 million jobs to automation by 2020. The International Labour Organisation (ILO) made the alarming proclamation in the context of the rise of Industry 4.0 and Vietnam’s lack of human resource quality.

Digital era changes labour market

Digital era changes labour market

The labour market in Vietnam and many other countries has changed significantly under the impacts of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, Deputy Minister of Labour, War Invalids, and Social Affairs Doan Mau Diep has said.

Vietnam may lose five million jobs to automation: ILO

Vietnam may lose five million jobs to automation: ILO

As many as five million workers in Vietnam are at high risk of losing their jobs by 2020 because of the boom in artificial intelligence, which may replace laborers with robots, according to a recent study by the International Labor Organization (ILO).