The International Labor Organization says ensuring quality jobs for the young generation remains 'a great test for the nation.'
The International Labor Organization believes Vietnam has a system of fairly progressive policies to protect working mothers.
Nearly 5 million workers in the textile, electronics and retail sectors will be affected by the technology movement, according to a survey by the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Vietnam (VCCI) on labour market trends.
VOV.VN - A priority on improving skills of the workforce is important as Vietnam deals with the changing nature of work in the era of technology when many low-skilled workers will be at risk of automation.
The Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MoLISA) and the International Labour Organisation (ILO) jointly organised a workshop to seek ways to help Vietnamese workforce better prepare for changes in technology and labour requirements.
A workshop was held in Hanoi on November 25 to seek ways to support women-run small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).
Irish President Michael D. Higgins tells the Vietnam News Agency (VNA) that Ireland and Vietnam have in common their past independence struggles as well as the current challenge of forging an equitable growth model.
VOV.VN -Productivity and working conditions is becoming more important than ever as Vietnam is entering a new era of deeper global integration.
A proposal that the retirement age be raised in the amended Labor Law will be submitted to the National Assembly (NA) in 2017, according to Deputy Minister of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs Pham Minh Huan.
VOV.VN -A new International Labor Organization (ILO) study shows that most sex workers entered the job voluntarily but had limited control of occupational safety and health implications.
Vietnam’s non-compliance rate of 6.6% recorded for the minimum wage in the garment, textile and footwear sectors is the lowest among seven garment exporting countries in Asia, says a new report of the International Labor Organization (ILO).
The three-year implementation of the 2012 Labour Code was the main theme of a seminar held in the central city of Da Nang on August 30-31 by the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MoLISA) in conjunction with the USAID’s Governance for Inclusive Growth Programme.
VOV.VN - L. H used to be a tour guide, but she left the profession and says she won’t return. She found herself fighting two losing battles - one against sexual harassment by tourists, and another against a family that judged her for participating in an industry seen unfit for women.
Eighty-six percent of wage workers in the textiles, clothing, and footwear (TCF) sector are at high risk from automation, according to the ASEAN in Transformation report from the International Labor Organization (ILO), released recently.
New regulations of the revised Law on Social Insurance and international experiences in reforming social issuance policy were the focus of a dialogue forum in Hanoi on July 13.
More than half of workers in five Southeast Asian countries including Vietnam are at high risk of losing their jobs to automation in the next two decades, with those in the garment industry being the most vulnerable, according to an International Labour Organisation (ILO) report.
VOV.VN -“End child labour in supply chains – It’s everyone’s business!” is the focus of this year’s World Day against Child Labour (June 12).
Malaysia has become the first country in ASEAN and the fifth in Asia to ratify the Minimum Wage Fixing Convention or Convention 131.
The Vietnam Cooperative Alliance (VCA) and the International Labour Organisation (ILO) Country Office for Vietnam have inked a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to ultimately promote employment and poverty reduction.
The International Labour Organisation (ILO) will support Vietnam and the Vietnam General Confederation of Labour (VGCL) to fine-tune laws with ILO labour standards during the country’s engagement in the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement.