HCM City sees 26,000 job vacancies in November Society

HCM City sees 26,000 job vacancies in November

Ho Chi Minh City needs about 26,000 workers in November, up more than 4 percent from the previous month, according to the city’sHuman Resources Forecast and Labour Market Information Centre (Falmi).
HCM City needs 75,000 labourers in last quarter Society

HCM City needs 75,000 labourers in last quarter

Around 75,000 workers are needed in Ho Chi Minh City for the last three months of 2019, up over 7 percent compared to the same period last year, according to the HCM City Human Resources Forecast and Labour Market Information (Falmi) Centre.
HCM City needs 30,000 labourers in May Society

HCM City needs 30,000 labourers in May

Recruitment demand of Ho Chi Minh City continues to increase in May, needing about 30,000 workers, according to the city’s Resources Forecast and Labour Market Information (Falmi) Centre.
Hanoi sets 24 goals for 2019 Society

Hanoi sets 24 goals for 2019

Hanoi has set 24 goals for 2019, with one in budget collection and spending, 22 in socio-economic development and the last in personnel work.
Vietnam commits to improving investment environment: PM Business

Vietnam commits to improving investment environment: PM

The Vietnamese Government commits to building a more favourable and competitive investment environment towards international standards and in accordance with commitments to high standards the country has made in new-generation free trade agreements (FTAs), said Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc on October 4.
Tra Vinh seeks higher labour productivity Business

Tra Vinh seeks higher labour productivity

The Mekong Delta province of Tra Vinh plans to increase the production values of the agro-forestry-fishery sector by more than 4 percent by 2020, according to the provincial People’s Committee.
2018 promises to be a busy year for MoLISA Society

2018 promises to be a busy year for MoLISA

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has urged the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MoLISA) to improve the quality of vocational training, describing this as a key to escape the middle-income trap. ​