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Workers in processing and manufacturing sector easily lose jobs

Workers in processing and manufacturing sector easily lose jobs

As high as 74% of local workers in the processing and manufacturing sector are at risk of losing their jobs due to automation, according to a report by the Party Central Committee’s Economic Commission on the fourth industrial revolution.

HCM City needs 70,000 workers for coming months

HCM City needs 70,000 workers for coming months

Around 70,000 workers are needed in Ho Chi Minh City for the remaining months of the year, mostly in garments and textiles, sales, services, logistics and IT, according to the HCM City Human Resources Forecast and Labour Market Information (Falmi) Centre.

Employers should insist their workers speak English

Employers should insist their workers speak English

VOV.VN - The Prime Minister’s decision to create an industry-driven workforce development task force couldn’t have come at a more critical time, said Vu Hong Dan from the Vietnam National Productivity Institute.

HCM City offers 1,000 free Wi-Fi hotspots

HCM City offers 1,000 free Wi-Fi hotspots

VOV.VN - The Ho Chi Minh City Information and Communications Department is coordinating with relevant agencies to install around 1,000 Wi-Fi hotspots in worker dormitories and rental housing areas in the City.

Workers lack motivation to increase productivity

Workers lack motivation to increase productivity

After watching the staff working hard to transport materials and products to and from a coffee processing company, Vu Quang Tho asked them why they didn’t think of a way to save time and effort.

HCM City seeks 25,000 workers in June

HCM City seeks 25,000 workers in June

As more start-ups have been established, HCM City’s labour demand has increased, with 25,000 permanent and 7,000 temporary jobs that need to be filled in June.

Underpaid labourers choose to work overtime

Underpaid labourers choose to work overtime

A survey by the Vietnam General Confederation of Labour (VGCL) conducted in March and April on 2,500 workers revealed that labourers work overtime for the extra money, not because they want to.