Doãn Mậu Diệp, Deputy Minister of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs, speaks to the Tiền Phong (Vanguard) newspaper about how Việt Nam will revise the retirement age for workers or State employees
Professor Phan Xuân Sơn from the Hồ Chí Minh National Academy of Politics talks to Voice of Việt Nam (VOV) about the application of the late President Hồ Chí Minh’s ideology in current anti-corruption efforts.
Deputy Director-General of Việt Nam Social Security Phạm Lương Sơn speaks with Nhân Dân (People) newspaper about the recent deployment of an SMS service which allows labourers to look up information regarding their benefits or whether their insurance documents have been processed.
Ngọ Duy Hiếu, vice president of the Việt Nam Confederation of Trade Unions, talks to Việt Nam Economy about the confederation’s resolve to stand by workers.
Nguyễn Hoàng Phương, Deputy Director of the Technology Centre of Việt Nam Social Security (VSS) talks to Việt Nam News on the strides the centre has made in technology adoption to achieve efficiency and better delivery of public services.
Estonia's opposition liberal Reform party won Sunday's general election, outpacing centre-left Prime Minister Juri Ratas's party and a surging far-right buoyed by a backlash from mostly rural voters in the Baltic eurozone state.
Deputy director of Việt Nam Social Security’s Information Technology Centre, Nguyễn Hoàng Phương, speaks to Voice of Việt Nam (VOV) about the necessity of applying IT to streamline administrative procedures.
As Industry 4.0 takes hold, one leading labour expert has predicted how the workforce of the future will be divided.
Việt Nam Social Insurance is among the State-owned agencies that utilise technology most effectively in data management, Minister and Chairman of the Office of the Government Mai Tiến Dũng said yesterday.
The Mekong Delta province of Vĩnh Long’s steering committee for social, health and unemployment insurance on Tuesday (July 17) instructed local authorities to promote the benefits of health insurance and reach at least 81 per cent coverage by year-end.