VOV.VN - Policies on labor and employment in line with the 4th Industrial Revolution topped the agenda of a recent conference in Hanoi to review 10 years of implementing State employment management.
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.
VOV.VN - The Vietnamese Government and business community have adopted policies and strategies to aid their competitive goal - to catch up with the rest of the world, especially in ensuring sustainable national development.
Sustainable development is an inclusive goal, not simply the task of any single ministry or sector but one that needs uniform awareness and calls on the actions of the whole society, Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc said at the National Conference on Sustainable Development in Hanoi on July 5.
The National Conference on Sustainable Development 2018 opened in Hanoi on July 5, focusing on measures to promote public-private partnership and improve productivity and competitiveness towards sustainable growth in the digital era.
Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Nguyen Xuan Cuong stressed the significance of improving human resource training to meet requirements of agriculture 4.0, which refers to farming practices that use technological advances of the Industrial Revolution 4.0 to increase productivity and sustainability.
VOV.VN - According to the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry, about 75% of Vietnamese businesses still use the 2.0 and 3.0 technology phase.
VOV.VN - Five Vietnamese students will take part in Yown Puraya youth festival which is set to take place in Sri Lanka from March 27 to April 1.
VOV.VN - As Vietnam integrates into the global economy and embraces the 4th industrial revolution, women are more likely to lag behind. A recent forum organized by the VCCI explored ways to help women in Vietnam expand start-up activities and participate more actively in the economy.
A forum themed “Womenwill – Women in industrial revolution 4.0” took place in Hanoi on January 17, seeking ways to help women across Vietnam expand start-up activities and participate more deeply in the economy.
Le Van Chung could not hide his happiness when his seven-member team from Duy Tan University won first prize in the information technology (IT) category at the Vietnamese Talent Awards 2017 held recently in Hanoi.
The Ministry of Information and Communications (MIC)’s Authority of Telecommunications held an international seminar in Hanoi on October 30 on competition and telecommunications rates management.
According to the International Labour Organisation, it is estimated that there will be some 86,000 unemployed labourers in the textile and garment industry due to changes brought by the fourth industrial revolution, especially the replacement of manpower with machines.
A workshop focusing on the 50-year history of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) was held in Tokyo, Japan on August 8 on the occasion of the bloc’s jubilee anniversary.
The fourth annual Conference of Vietnamese Young Scientists (ACVYS) took place in the Republic of Korea (RoK) on June 25, featuring nearly 100 reports and research presented by Vietnamese scholars and students living in the host country.
Vietnamese workers pay little attention to improving their skills, a concern as the country is entering the Industrial Revolution 4.0, said Vice President of the Vietnam General Confederation of Labour Mai Duc Chinh on May 11.