Vietnam pushes for gender equality Society

Vietnam pushes for gender equality

The rate of women in the Vietnamese workforce has reached over 70 percent, a high level in the world, according to the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs.
Large-scale, unprecedented policies issued to ensure social welfare: Minister Society

Large-scale, unprecedented policies issued to ensure social welfare: Minister

The Government has launched many unprecedented large-scale social welfare policy packages to ensure social security amid difficulties and challenges brought about by COVID-19 pandemic, said Minister of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs Dao Ngoc Dung while responding to National Assembly (NA) deputies’ questions on November 8.
Over 98 percent of financial aid delivered to pandemic-hit workers Society

Over 98 percent of financial aid delivered to pandemic-hit workers

As of November 5, more than 21.851 trillion VND (965.5 million USD) of the almost 22.29 trillion VND, equivalent to 98 percent of the approved amount, in financial support has been delivered to over 9.1 million out of nearly 9.4 million pandemic-hit workers applying for help, according to the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MoLISA).
Vietnam, Switzerland promote job security Society

Vietnam, Switzerland promote job security

The Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MoLISA), in collaboration with the Swiss State Secretariat of Economic Affairs (SECO), organised a dialogue on labour and experience sharing to promote job security between Vietnam and Switzerland on October 26.
UNICEF speaks highly of Vietnam’s priority to COVID-19 orphans Society

UNICEF speaks highly of Vietnam’s priority to COVID-19 orphans

The UNICEF Hanoi on September 26 released a press communique saying that its head Rana Flowers has expressed her appreciation to the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs’ recent issuance of a guidance asking localities to prioritise the care for children orphaned by the COVID-19.
Resolution 105 helps bring foreign experts back to Vietnam Business

Resolution 105 helps bring foreign experts back to Vietnam

Many foreign-invested enterprises tend to bring their own workers to Vietnam for work, particularly for management positions, due to the high requirements for qualifications, expertise and skills, especially differences in language and culture.