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
Training workers with new skills in the context of international integration and the Fourth Industrial Revolution is the top priority of Việt Nam, Deputy Minister of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs Doãn Mậu Diệp said at a conference held in Hà Nội on Monday.
Việt Nam needs to develop and implement labour market policies, including a systematic approach to training its growing workforce, to fully reap the benefits of free trade.
It is time for Việt Nam to develop a new industrial relations framework to boost economic growth and enterprise productivity and ensure workers receive a fair share of the gains produced through their labour.
Doãn Mậu Diệp, deputy minister of Labour Invalids and Social Affairs, talks to the newspaper Thời báo Kinh tế Việt Nam (Việt Nam Economic Times) about what Việt Nam should do to prepare its labour force for the age of Industrial Revolution 4.0
Southeast Asian migrant workers are no longer just emigrating to developed countries, increasingly they’re moving within the region.
The National Wage Council yesterday finally reached a consensus to an option of raising the 2019 regional minimum wage for non-State employees at 5.3 per cent compared to the 2018’s wage.