Created 04 August 2018
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6 enterprises to pilot midwives working program in Japan

Japan will receive Vietnamese midwives working in a pilot program approved by the Ministry of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs.
 
 
Created 27 July 2018
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Minimum wage hike proposal courts controversy

The region-based minimum wage hike proposed for next year is still a hot button topic for debate as employers and employees have yet to come to an agreement, according to Tong Thi Minh, a member of the National Wage Council.

   
Created 26 July 2018
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Japan targets 10,000 Vietnamese caregivers by 2020

Japan has set a target of accepting 10,000 Vietnamese caregivers by the summer of 2020 to address a chronic labour shortage in the nursing sector, according to Kyodo News.

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Vietnamese students receive Japanese language course before going to Japan to work as care workers. 
(Photo: Kyodo)
 
Created 21 July 2018
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Viet Nam expects robust job market growth

Hiring expansion remains robust this year in Viet Nam, though not as high as 2017, speakers said on Friday at a press conference held in HCM City.

 

   
Created 17 July 2018
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Human resources play critical role in smart urban development in Vietnam

Human resources play a very important role in building, operating and managing a smart city in Vietnam`s current context.
Hanoi is actively preparing for smart urban development. Besides policies and technical infrastructure, human resources are extremely important and should be well prepared in advance, according to experts.
 
Thang Long highway, Hanoi city. Photo: Cong Hung
Thang Long highway, Hanoi city. Photo: Cong Hung
 
Created 17 July 2018
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Insurance industry hits growth of 24% in H1

Việt Nam’s insurance industry achieved high year-on-year growth of 24.35 per cent in the first half of 2018, helping total revenue to reach more than VNĐ58.65 trillion (US$2.55 billion).

   
Created 14 July 2018
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HCM City needs 148,000 skilled workers

HCM City needs 148,000 skilled employees in key sectors this year, according to authorities.

 
Created 13 July 2018
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Most workers said income sufficient to cover living expenses: survey

With average monthly income of VNĐ5.5 million (US$261), nearly half of workers in Việt Nam felt that their income was enough to cover basic living expenses, according to a recent wage survey.

   
Created 11 July 2018
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Paid paternity leave gives children the best start in life: UNICEF

From January 1, 2018, the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) expanded paid paternity leave to up to 16 weeks for its staff. This new policy aims to contribute to the early development of children, as well as to recognise the equal role played by fathers and mothers in the early moments of the life of a child. On the occasion of Father's Day (June 17), Mr. Louis Vigneault-Dubois, a UNICEF staff member, who is among the first group of fathers to enjoy nearly 4 months of paid paternity leave, granted Nhan Dan Online an interview to give more information about this policy.

 

 
Created 11 July 2018
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Vietnam Labor Federation proposes minimum wage growth at 8%

A proposal to increase the regional minimum wage by 8% in Vietnam for next year is facing objection as it will burden more enterprises.
The Vietnam General Confederation of Labor (VGCL), which represents employees across the country, has proposed an increase of 8% in the regional minimum salary for 2019, local media reported.

The proposal was made at the national wage council on July 9 which normally gathers yearly to discuss the regional minimum wage changes to be applied for the coming year. The new wage would benefit about ten million people who are working with labor contracts in non-state enterprises. 
 
At the meeting. Photo: Mai Đan
At the meeting. Photo: Mai Đan
   

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