Most industries impacted by COVID-19 pandemic have shown “signs of recovery” in the third quarter, with better job situation and workers’ income in this period compared to the second quarter but not as good as last year’s third quarter.
A woman in Phú Yên Province had spent several years training labourers to become skilled garment workers, helping them escape poverty.
More than 30.8 million people aged 15 and above have been adversely affected by COVID-19, either losing their jobs or having their salaries seriously slashed.
ASEAN labour ministers have called for measures to ensure workers’ income, jobs and safety at an online special meeting on Thursday in order to support labourers amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
More support policies are needed to improve female workers’ income and living conditions, said Deputy Chairwoman of the Việt Nam Women's Union Nguyễn Thị Tuyết.
Deputy Prime Minister Vương Đình Huệ held talks with Senior Vice President and chief economist of the World Bank Pinelopi Koujianou Goldberg in Hà Nội on Monday.
As Industry 4.0 takes hold, one leading labour expert has predicted how the workforce of the future will be divided.
A set of criteria to evaluate the corporate development of the country and of each province and city were released at a press conference on Saturday in the capital.
Dr Bùi Đức Thụ, deputy chairman of the National Assembly’s Committee for Deputy Affairs, speaks to Tiền phong (Vanguard) newspaper on the negative impacts of the rise in value-added tax on the economy