VOV.VN - The Vietnam Labor Management Boards based in the Republic of Korea (RoK) and Taiwan (China) have reported that there is no updated information regarding the status of Vietnamese guest workers in either markets which have been infected with the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
Demand for qualified employees in Vietnam will rise as multinational companies move out of China in the changing globalization, Vietnam News Agency reported, citing recruitment firm Navigos.
The central province of Ha Tinh, which has close ties with Lao localities, has cooperated effectively with its Lao neighbours, especially in education and training.
Six Vietnamese engineering students have been awarded fellowships to pursue master degrees at the US-based Arizona State University (ASU) as part of a plan to prepare skilled manpower for HCM City’s Smart City project.
VOV.VN - Ho Chi Minh City is projected to lead the nation in job creation for 2017, according to a just released economic report by the Centre for Forecasting Manpower Needs and Labour Market Information.
Vietnam welcomes multifaceted cooperation with the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK), particularly in science as well as information and technology, said Deputy Minister of Information and Communications Pham Thanh Hung.
A meeting to share opportunities and address challenges in business processes was opened in the southern province of Dong Nai on March 10 with the participation of over 300 enterprises.
The Foreign Ministry instructed the Embassy of Vietnam in Indonesia to work with Indonesian authorities to help the 25 Vietnamese fishermen arrested for fishing in the country’s seas, the Ministry’s Consular Department told reporters on March 8.
Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City are considered the most investor-friendly cities among 10 Asian destinations, as surveyed by the Korea Institute for Industrial Economics and Trade.
Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung described the Vietnam – Germany University project as a “lighthouse” in the two countries’ ties while receiving Minister for Science and the Arts of Germany’s Hessen state Boris Rhein in Hanoi on November 6.
State President Truong Tan Sang met with Jeffrey Immelt, Chairman and CEO of the US industrial giant General Electric (GE), in Hanoi on October 19.
The southern metropolis Ho Chi Minh City is set to face intense competition over human resources once the integrated ASEAN Economic Community takes shape later this year, heard a seminar in the city on August 25.
Local enterprises will have 27,000 available jobs in August, unveiled the Ho Chi Minh City’s Centre for Forecasting Manpower Needs and Labour Market Information (FALMI) on July 21.
An oil spill response drill was held on July 7 in the Cai Tau River in the Mekong Delta by the Ca Mau Fertiliser Plant and Ca Mau Power Plant 1 and 2 in Khanh An commune, U Minh district in Ca Mau province.
Ho Chi Minh City-based businesses will recruit 265,000 workers next year, according to the municipal Centre for Manpower Need and Labour Market Forecast.
Existing bilateral agreements have effectively contributed to perfecting laws and policies, improving Vietnam’s manpower to further integrate into the regional and international community.
Vietnam is seriously lacking manpower in some professions, while it has many redundant workers in other fields.