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Firms gripe that minimum wage too high

Firms gripe that minimum wage too high

Companies are complaining that the planned 12.4% increase in Vietnam's minimum wage next year will raise costs and force some firms out of business.

Decree aims to lessen gap between incomes

A draft decree to regulate the salaries of high-ranking officials at State-owned and partially State-owned enterprises has been introduced for review by the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MOLISA).

Women are paid 24% less than men

Women are paid 24% less than men

(VOV) - For the most part, the world’s women are in low-salaried, insecure occupations, like small-scale farming, or as domestic workers.

VN braces for open labour market

Vietnam will experience fierce competition for high-quality human resources when the ASEAN opens labour market begins next year.

CBAs promote industrial relations

The application of sectoral collective bargaining agreements (CBAs) has raised awareness of both employers and employees of developing win-win industrial relations.

HCM City job market on road to recovery

The labour market in HCM City is expected to stabilise by year-end as the economy recovers steam, according to the city's Centre for Forecasting Manpower Needs and Labour Market Information.

Top state salaries under review

Top state salaries under review

The Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs is drafting regulations covering salaries, allowances and bonuses for people in top positions in State-owned companies.