Poor quality of human resources remains
large problem

A shortage of high quality, skilled labourers has caused a headache for many Vietnamese firms, though they continue to spend large amounts of money and efforts in training. Many businesses have found it difficult to find suitable staff, despite paying high salaries.

According to a recent survey conducted worldwide by Singaporean dOz International Pte Ltd, the average annual employee turnover for business is 15.7 per cent, meaning that a large number of employees are rotating jobs every year.

The appearance of cloud learning system (cls). 

The reality showed that businesses lose a significant amount of their budgets when having staff quit their jobs. In addition, the companies also must devote similar budget funding for training new people.

The initial training could take up to one month, not including training on other skills or other policies and regulations, as well as introducing new employees to the corporate culture. The fact is that trained employees are often not meeting the needs of businesses or quit their jobs after a short-time, causing effects felt throughout the companies. This is why the training process must be started from the beginning.

Many companies, therefore, employ experienced staff to reduce training time. However, the market still reflected the shortage in experienced job candidates.

A statistic from Navigos revealed that the demand for employing senior human resources in 2017 rose by 28 per cent from the previous year. Navigos noted that the Vietnamese labour market has not met with senior staff demands in developing products, technical design and planning. Also, local firms had to employ foreign staffs, mainly from Singapore, to fill senior positions in the property sector. Some industries have not found suitable staff members, though they even pay salaries of up to US$1,000 per month per person.

The system developed by Hương Việt Group could resolve the human resource training
at companies

Salvation through cloud computing

To resolve these problems, local firms should be actively seeking their own solutions, instead of hoping to find the correct people to hire.

Organizing internal staff training has become a key in creating a strong internal source for businesses to assure their sustainable development. Resolving the issue of improving the quality of human resources could bring benefits, not only for businesses, but also society.

The application of cloud computing into training activities has been considered to be an option which provides meaningful solutions, for not only the education sector but also in effectively resolving human resource issues for companies during the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

Currently, there are many solutions in E-learning throughout the word which help firms train their human resources with low costs and high effectiveness. However, E-learning could be suitable in a certain region due to different cultures, habits and the quality of human resources. Local businesses have had to spend millions of US dollar to use and maintain expensive foreign systems.

In Việt Nam, the Cloud Learning System (cls.vn), based on cloud computing, has been the only solution serving online human resources training.

The system, developed by Hương Việt Group (huongvietgroup.com), has been a training option for the majority of human resources in Việt Nam. The locally developed system has a friendly appearance, is easy to use and minimizes complicated details. This is especially true, since such internal training solutions, such as CLS, have low cost equivalents of less than 10 per cent, in comparison with foreign technologies.

Companies, therefore, could reduce costs and risks in their employment and human resource training, while speeding the employment of new staff.

However, enterprises should be ready for renewing their systems to actively improve their hiring.