Directors key for company growth Business

Directors key for company growth

With the Vietnamese economy still growing, firms' boards of directors should develop to take advantage of opportunities, a top businessman has said.
Seminar discusses strong employer brands Business

Seminar discusses strong employer brands

Enterprises increasingly appreciate the importance of human resource management and have mapped out human resource development strategies methodically, a seminar heard in Ho Chi Minh City on April 9.
Long road ahead for entrepreneurs Business

Long road ahead for entrepreneurs

It will take another five to 15 years for Vietnamese entrepreneurs to become global business leaders, according to a study by the Human Capital Leadership Institute.
Seminar priorities HR solutions Society

Seminar priorities HR solutions

Human resources have a huge bearing on corporate success, delegates told a panel discussion on “Integrated mindset” held in HCM City on March 29.
Foreign firms outpay domestic ones Society

Foreign firms outpay domestic ones

Base salaries at foreign companies and Vietnamese companies show a marked difference, a survey conducted by human resources firm Mercer and its partner Talentnet Corporation has found.
Business

Foreign firms win HR awards

Thirteen businesses received the Vietnam HR Awards for best human resource practices given away by the Talentnet Corporation and Labour and Social Affairs newspaper at a ceremony in Ho Chi Minh City on December 10.
Business

Firms keep up with pay rises

Both multinationals and major local companies have increased salaries by nearly the same rate this year, a survey by Mercer, a global provider of human resource services and its associate in Vietnam, Talentnet Corporation, has found.
Business

Foreign firms set high pay standards

The difference in base salaries paid by multinational and Vietnamese companies is widening, a survey by human resources providers Mercer and Talentnet has found.
Society

More return to Vietnam after overseas study

More and more graduates who have finished their studies in other countries are choosing to return to Vietnam and work as they see a huge opportunity to promote themselves in their homeland.