Tourism sector lacks workforce after COVID-19 Travel

Tourism sector lacks workforce after COVID-19

It is becoming difficult to ensure the quantity and quality of workforce for the tourism sector after the COVID-19 pandemic. The sector needs an influx of quality staff to meet the needs of the rising tourism industry.
IT industry holds huge recruitment demand: report Business

IT industry holds huge recruitment demand: report

The demand for IT personnel continues to soar given a rising recruitment need seen across many sectors serving post-pandemic business recovery and growth, according to a report on the Vietnamese labour market in the 2nd quarter by the payroll, recruitment & outsourcing agency Andeco Vietnam.
HCM City needs up to 65,500 workers in Q2 Society

HCM City needs up to 65,500 workers in Q2

Ho Chi Minh City will need 59,000-65,500 employees in the second of this year, down 8 percent compared with the same period last year, if the COVID-19 pandemic is kept under control, the city’s Human Resources Forecast and Labour Market Information (FALMI) Centre said on April 11.
HCM City in need of 44,800-55,600 workers after Tet Business

HCM City in need of 44,800-55,600 workers after Tet

As Ho Chi Minh City applies flexible measures to adapt to the new normal and curb the spread of COVID-19, firms are rolling out recruitment plans after Tet (Lunar New Year) holiday with about 44,800-55,600 vacant positions to be filled.
Survey: Vietnamese firms expect hiring activities to recover in H1 Business

Survey: Vietnamese firms expect hiring activities to recover in H1

Firms in diverse areas nationwide expect that recruitment activities will grow strongly in the first half of 2022 as the economy is gradually recovering, according to the newly-published ManpowerGroup Vietnam Employment Outlook Survey in the first and second quarters of 2022.
No serious labour shortage reported after Tet: experts Society

No serious labour shortage reported after Tet: experts

The Government's flexible response to the COVID-19 pandemic and vaccine strategy has created a strong impetus for domestic enterprises to accelerate production recovery, boosting recruitment for enterprises after the Tet (Lunar New Year) holiday and averting the risk of labour shortages.
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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.
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Hiring intentions stay positive in Vietnam in H2 Business

Hiring intentions stay positive in Vietnam in H2

Employers in various sectors expect their hiring intentions will recover in the second half of 2021, despite the ongoing impact of the pandemic, according to the latest Vietnam Employment Outlook survey by ManpowerGroup announced on August 20.
Hiring demands in remaining months Society

Hiring demands in remaining months

Businesses producing consumption goods are managing to stay afloat in the context of COVID-19 spread, leading to the suspension or cancellation of recruitment.
Japanese firms’ recruitment demands start recovering from Q2 Society

Japanese firms’ recruitment demands start recovering from Q2

Recruitment demand of Japanese companies in Vietnam is recovering in the second quarter of 2021, but being good at Japanese is no longer a competitive advantage for candidates applying to the company, according to a report released by Navigos Group, a leading recruitment group in Vietnam, on June 22.