State-owned corporations, including Vietnam Airlines, should be allowed to set staff remuneration on their own, the labor ministry proposes.
Vietnam continues to be plagued by foreign company chiefs fleeing the country without paying off debts or workers’ salaries.
With average monthly earnings of US$2,000, teaching English as a second language is a lucrative deal for many foreigners.
Increasing civil servants’ salaries was among the notable improvements made by HCM City since a government resolution that gives the city more control over its governance was approved by the National Assembly four months ago.
15 companies have agreed to take in the unfortunate workers after their employer disappeared without paying them salaries.
Ho Chi Minh City's Department of Finance plans to submit a proposal to the People’s Council to increase salaries for Government workers in line with the National Assembly's Resolution No 54 for “piloting a special mechanism and policy for the development of HCM City.”
Job demand in the IT industry is higher than ever and will continue to grow in the near future, according to a report from VietnamWorks, a job recruitment website.
Companies in the southern province of Dong Nai need to find more than 30,000 new employees by the end of next month to make up for the shortage caused by the post-Tet staff turnover, according to the local Department of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs.
Competitive salaries and benefits can help retain talented staff at companies but other factors such as career growth opportunities are important as well, business leaders have said at a recent seminar held in Ho Chi Minh City.
Nearly 20 Vietnamese workers working for a Chinese contractor in a construction site in Algeria went on strike on December 9, all of them wish to return home as soon as possible.
(VOV) - Vietnam and 11 other nations reached agreement on October 5 on the final text of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), a massive trade agreement that if ratified will cover two-fifths of the world's economy.
More than 100 employees of Vietnam Airlines (VNA) have sought leave from the national carrier, prior to a go-slow strike demanding better payment, but their demand has not been accepted.
National Assembly deputies continued their discussions on increasing salaries for poor and low-income earners on October 31 during the eighth session of the 13th National Assembly.
The difference in base salaries paid by multinational and Vietnamese companies is widening from 26% last year to 29% now, according to a survey by human resources providers Mercer and Talentnet.
The Ministry of Labour, Invalid and Social Affairs (MoLISA) announced on January 19 that labourers’ average salary reached VND3.84 million per month in 2011.