VOV.VN - The Vietnamese Government has officially permitted 331 Chinese experts, business managers, and highly-skilled workers to enter and work in the country, according to a statement released by the Government Office.
The Ministry of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs will suspend issuing new labor permits for foreign workers coming from coronavirus-stricken areas.
The People’s Committee of Hanoi has approved a plan to simplify 71 administrative procedures in judicial, construction, planning and investment, industry and trade, and natural resources and environment areas, according to municipal authorities.
The Ministry of Labor has allowed 11,000 migrant workers in the fisheries sector to renew their work permits, so that they will be able to work in Thailand for another two years.
Vietnamese migrant workers in Thailand are allowed to register for work permits in the country, according to an instruction that the Government of Thailand sent to its Ministry of Labour on January 18.
Companies in Vietnam who wish to employ foreign employees can now apply for work permits online.
Foreign workers in Vietnam can apply for work permits online from October 2, according to a circular recently issued by the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MoLISA).
VOV.VN - More than 98,000 Vietnam guest workers went abroad during the first ten months of 2016, up 16.98% against last year’s same period and nearly reaching 100% of the entire calendar year 2016 target.
More than 3,000 Vietnamese labourers, who failed to meet Lao legal regulations on foreign workers, have returned home through the Lao Bao and La Lay international border gates in the central province of Quang Tri.
The administration of the south-central province of Khanh Hoa has begun enacting measures aimed at preventing Chinese nationals from illegally working as tour guides, stealing jobs from locals, and giving distorted accounts of Vietnam’s history.
The Government this month issued Decree No. 11/2016/ND-CP, on licensing of foreign workers in Vietnam.
New policies on compulsory social insurance, region-based minimum wages and multidimensional poverty standards are among those that take effect in January 2016.
Vietnamese migrant workers in Thailand are allowed to register for temporary work permits at the country’s provincial labour departments from December 1-30, 2015, according to the Thai Ministry of Labour.
New Circular regulates the issuing of work permits to Vietnamese people abroad and foreign experts in science and technology.
(VOV) - It is estimated that thousands of Vietnamese migrant workers fuel Thailand’s huge fishing and manufacturing industries as well as toil in restaurants and work as domestic helpers.