HCM City needs up to 65,500 workers in Q2 Society

HCM City needs up to 65,500 workers in Q2

Ho Chi Minh City will need 59,000-65,500 employees in the second of this year, down 8 percent compared with the same period last year, if the COVID-19 pandemic is kept under control, the city’s Human Resources Forecast and Labour Market Information (FALMI) Centre said on April 11.
RMIT expected to expand training in HCM City Society

RMIT expected to expand training in HCM City

Ho Chi Minh City expects that Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) will expand training in eight professions in line with Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) standards, including mechanics, automation, artificial intelligence, urban management and information technology, Vice Chairman of Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee Vo Van Hoan said on April 5.
Thanh Hoa, RoK partners bolster human resources development Business

Thanh Hoa, RoK partners bolster human resources development

A meeting between authorities of the north-central province of Thanh Hoa and firms of the Republic of Korea (RoK) was held in the province on March 24, part of activities to mark the 30th founding anniversary of the Vietnam-RoK diplomatic ties (December 22, 1992 – 2022).
Improving quality of tourism human resources in new context necessary: experts Travel

Improving quality of tourism human resources in new context necessary: experts

Positive signals of tourism seen in many localities during the Lunar New Year Holiday, and especially the decision to officially reopen tourism activities under the "new normal" state from March 15 are opening up many opportunities for the non-smoke industry to recover after a long hiatus caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hard nuts to be cracked in digital transformation in tourism Travel

Hard nuts to be cracked in digital transformation in tourism

The COVID-19 pandemic has posed big challenges for almost all industries and fields, with tourism among those suffering the heaviest. At the same time, due to the impact of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, with changes in consumer habits, especially after the COVID-19 outbreak, digital transformation has become an indispensable requirement of the industry.
HCM City in need of 44,800-55,600 workers after Tet Business

HCM City in need of 44,800-55,600 workers after Tet

As Ho Chi Minh City applies flexible measures to adapt to the new normal and curb the spread of COVID-19, firms are rolling out recruitment plans after Tet (Lunar New Year) holiday with about 44,800-55,600 vacant positions to be filled.
Over 96 percent of workers return to work after Tet in Dong Nai Business

Over 96 percent of workers return to work after Tet in Dong Nai

As of February 8, the southern province of Dong Nai has seen most of the businesses resuming their operation and over 96 percent of workers getting back to work after the Lunar New Year (Tet) holiday – the longest festival in Vietnam, reported the provincial Labour Confederation.