Huge gap in Tet bonuses Society

Huge gap in Tet bonuses

At the end of the year, workers often look forward to Tet (Lunar New Year) bonuses to see whether the sum would partly help them enjoy a good Tet celebration or not.
Average Tet bonus jumps 11.4 percent Society

Average Tet bonus jumps 11.4 percent

Bonuses for the upcoming Tet (Lunar New Year) at most companies nationwide are worth one month’s salary on average, which is around 6.3 million VND (271.68 USD), or 11.4 percent higher than 2018.
Tet bonus in Ho Chi Minh City rises 25 percent Society

Tet bonus in Ho Chi Minh City rises 25 percent

The average bonus for the upcoming Tet (Lunar New Year) in Ho Chi Minh City has been reported at more than 10.3 million VND (444.47 USD), a 25 percent rise compared to last year, according to the municipal Department of Labour, Invalids, and Social Affairs.
Workers nationwide get free Tet treats Society

Workers nationwide get free Tet treats

Disadvantaged workers nationwide are treated to entertainment activities and gifts to ease their loneliness when they are not able to reunite with families on the lunar New Year festival (Tet).
Low Tet bonuses stop workers from going home Society

Low Tet bonuses stop workers from going home

The average bonus given to Vietnamese workers for Tet (Lunar New Year), a week-long festival that falls at the end of this month, is 4.9 million VND (218 USD) per worker, almost equivalent to a month’s average salary and 96 percent of last year’s level of 5.1 million VND (227 USD).
Tet bonuses for workers in HCM City Society

Tet bonuses for workers in HCM City

As many as 265 businesses in industrial and processing zones of Ho Chi Minh City have revealed bonus plans for workers on the occasion of traditional Lunar New Year 2017.
Society

Tet assistance to target beneficiaries

Material support is scheduled to be delivered to the poor as well as beneficiaries of preferential policies for those who rendered services to the nation as the Lunar New Year is drawing near, said Minister of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs Pham Thi Hai Chuyen.
Society

Students working harder than ever during Tet

In the days before Tet, many students are excited to come back home to welcome the biggest festival of the year with their friends and family. However, more and more young people are opting to stay in major cities to find jobs and earn lucrative Tet bonuses during the holidays to help them pay off a chunk of their lofty tuition fees.