HCM City sees low enrollment rate in family health plans Health

HCM City sees low enrollment rate in family health plans

Two years after the southern city of HCM City launched family health insurance plans, family coverage languishes at just 24 percent—a disappointing result that augurs ill for the Government’s bid to achieve universal health care coverage by 2020.
Civil servants base salary up 5 percent Society

Civil servants base salary up 5 percent

The monthly base salary for civil servants, public employees and those working in the armed forces has been officially stipulated to go up by 5 percent to 1.21 million VND (nearly 54 USD).
Unilever still top workplace in Vietnam Society

Unilever still top workplace in Vietnam

Unilever, Vinamilk, Nestle, P&G, IBM, Microsoft, PepsiCo, Viettel, Suntory Pepsico and Abbott topped the list of Vietnam’s 100 Best Places to Work 2015, which was announced last week in HCM City.
Business

Roadmap to adjust business minimum wage

Deputy Prime Minister Vu Van Ninh has ordered the design of a roadmap to adjust the minimum wage for businesses in line with their respective manufacturing sectors.