Traffic accidents caused by potholes raise public concern
A series of traffic accidents have reportedly been occurring on the roads due to potholes and electricity leakage recently, raising public concerns over the safety of traffic users and the responsibility of authorized agencies.
The reported number of domestic violence cases in Việt Nam has not reflected the real situation. There are huge differences in the numbers of cases reported by relevant sectors, a conference heard in Hà Nội yesterday.
Survivors of human trafficking need a lot of support to help them reintegrate into the community, heard a conference held in Hà Nội yesterday to share experience in assisting the victims.
Hiếu Thảo doesn’t have a lot of the things other girls her age do, like limbs or a father.
A shortage of licensed public kindergartens for the children of migrant workers in industrial zones (IZs) and export processing zones (EPZs) is putting pressure on local authorities to solve the problem, according to the Ministry of Education and Training.
Gender responsive human resources policies are a key factor in a company’s development by helping improve labour productivity and loyalty towards the employer, experts told the 2nd Việt Nam Corporate Forum held in HCM City on Wednesday.
Former Government's Chief Inspector, Comrade Nguyễn Văn Trân, passed away last Friday at the age of 101 at the 108 Military Hospital in Hà Nội.
Hundreds of academics, company bosses and human resource professionals in the southern province of Đồng Nai and neighbouring areas and young workers will take part in a job festival in Biên Hòa City on December 26.
Vietnamese citizens are set to enjoy faster, more convenient and more secure border crossings with new biometric passports to be rolled out by 2020.
Some 53 individuals, including four women, were honoured as “the Scientist of the Farmer” (Nhà khoa học của nhà nông) on Tuesday evening for their outstanding contribution to the nation’s agricultural sector.