Vietnam scores high in employee experience Business

Vietnam scores high in employee experience

A study has found that Vietnamese small and medium size enterprises (SMEs) scored an average of 92 percent in employee experience, 8 percent higher than other countries in the region.
Vietnam scores high in employee experience Business

Vietnam scores high in employee experience

A study has found that Vietnamese small and medium size enterprises (SMEs) scored an average of 92 percent in employee experience, 8 percent higher than other countries in the region.
Vietnam’s treatment for UN employee marks new milestone in bilateral ties Politics

Vietnam’s treatment for UN employee marks new milestone in bilateral ties

Vietnam’s successful treatment of a United Nations employee who contracted COVID-19 has marked a new step of development in the cooperation between the two sides, while proving the country’s increasingly important role in the regional and international arena, UN Resident Coordinator in Vietnam Kamal Malhotra has said.
Employees finding new jobs in midst of COVID-19 Videos

Employees finding new jobs in midst of COVID-19

Having shed staff over the last three months as Vietnam’s economy slowed from the effects of COVID-19, many enterprises are now planning to recruit new staff for the year-end production peak. This signals a substantial improvement in the local labour market.
Techcombank to issue 4.7mn shares to employees Business

Techcombank to issue 4.7mn shares to employees

The Vietnam Technological and Commercial Joint Stock Bank (Techcombank) plans to issue 4.7 million shares to current employees under its employee stock ownership plan (ESOP), at a price of 10,000 VND (0.43 USD) per share.
Better working conditions improve employee retention Videos

Better working conditions improve employee retention

Businesses in central Da Nang city have gradually resumed operations now that COVID-19 has been brought under control. Efforts to improve working conditions and workplace hygiene and safety are considered key in ensuring employee retention during such difficult times.
HCM City in need of fewer workers in Q2 Society

HCM City in need of fewer workers in Q2

Recruitment demand in Ho Chi Minh City is forecast to fall by 37.33 percent in the second quarter of 2020, with only 47,000 new employees needed, according to the city’s Resources Forecast and Labor Market Information Centre (Falmi). ​
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.
Banks see higher employee efficiency Business

Banks see higher employee efficiency

Many banks have seen their employee efficiency increase significantly, with each member of staff earning them more than 1 billion VND (43,000 USD) in pre-tax profit on average last year.
Laos moves to streamline apparatus of state agencies World

Laos moves to streamline apparatus of state agencies

Lao Prime Minister Thongloun Sisoulith has asked the country’s Ministry of Home Affairs (MoHA) to take prompt action to streamline the apparatus of state organisations so as to improve the performance of officials and public employees.
VPBank to lift chartered capital to 1.22 billion USD Business

VPBank to lift chartered capital to 1.22 billion USD

The Vietnam Prosperity Joint Stock Commercial Bank (VPBank) plans to increase its current chartered capital from 15.7 trillion VND (around 691.6 million USD) to 27.8 trillion VND (1.22 billion USD) in 2018, the bank announced at its shareholders’ recent meeting.
Retail faces high employee turnover Business

Retail faces high employee turnover

The retail sector faces a high rate of employee turnover, hampering firms’ long-term development, argues a recent report by Navigos Group, the country’s leading human resources recruiter.