Japan, central Vietnam promote manpower links Society

Japan, central Vietnam promote manpower links

To promote job recruitment opportunities in Japan for Vietnamese students in central Vietnam, the central city-based Dong A University and Japanese partners have inked a series of agreements in human resources education, practical courses and internship programmes in nursing, tourism, automobiles and business management in 2021-25.
More efforts needed to boost logistics manpower development: forum Business

More efforts needed to boost logistics manpower development: forum

Difficulties in terms of human resources of the logistics industry will increase further when Vietnam integrates deeply into the world, especially in the ASEAN economic community, and joins new-generation free trade agreements (FTAs), requiring an improvement in logistics manpower development, said Minister of Industry and Trade Nguyen Hong Dien.
HCM City: 85.7 percent of firms hit by COVID-19 Business

HCM City: 85.7 percent of firms hit by COVID-19

Over 85.7 percent of surveyed enterprises in Ho Chi Minh City have been affected by COVID-19 in the third quarter of 2021, according to the municipal Centre of Forecasting Manpower Needs and Labor Market Information (FALMI).
More quality manpower needed for logistics sector Business

More quality manpower needed for logistics sector

Amid the logistics industry’s development and the Fourth Industrial Revolution, new logistics services have increased and required more quality and creative human resources, heard a forum held both in person and virtually on October 15.
Indonesia launches poverty reduction strategy World

Indonesia launches poverty reduction strategy

Indonesian Minister of Manpower Ida Fauziyah has said reducing the financial burden on the unprivileged community and boosting people’s income have become a part of the Manpower Ministry's strategy for alleviating poverty.
Over 9,600 fines meted out in Singapore for COVID-19 breaches World

Over 9,600 fines meted out in Singapore for COVID-19 breaches

More than 9,600 fines have been issued to individuals and companies for failing to adhere to COVID-19 rules in the past year, with the authorities warning that there will be no let-up in enforcement as more people return to workplaces on April 5 and other guidelines are relaxed.
Thailand faces labour shortage due to border closures ASEAN

Thailand faces labour shortage due to border closures

A labour shortage, particularly in manpower-intensive industries such as agribusiness and food processing, is likely to intensify over the long term in Thailand as the COVID-19 pandemic makes it difficult for foreign labourers to move across borders.