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Businesses suspend production, tens of thousands of workers lose their jobs

Hundreds of businesses over the past month have had to halt production which has pushed hundreds of thousands of workers into unemployment or reduced working hours.

Factory workers lose jobs before Tet, leave for hometowns

Many workers in Industrial Zoness in Binh Duong have had to leave for their hometown after being laid off or had their hours cut.

2023 Tet holiday: no bonuses for thousands of workers

The layoff campaign occurring two months before the New Year holiday (Tet) has dealt a strong blow to many workers.

Workers’ Tet holiday may last one month

Many businesses plan to give their employees the longest possible 2023 Lunar New Year holiday. Some companies even plan to give workers nearly a month off because there are fewer jobs.

Covid-19 hits hard: thousands of job lost and working hours cut

While carrying passengers from Tan Son Nhat International Airport to Mekong Delta recently, Huy, a worker at a transport firm, talked about Covid-19, noting that this is an unprecedented crisis in her last 20 years of working.

The dilemma of migrant garment workers

In HCMC and Vietnam, Covid-19 has shut down factories and deprived plenty of garment workers of their jobs.

Vietnam determined to meet international labor standards

Vietnam is determined to increase its international integration and honor its international labor commitments.

PouYuen lays off thousands due to Covid-19 difficulties

More than 6,000 workers of the Taiwanese company, PouYuen, in HCM City have been laid off due to the company's business difficulties during the Covid-19 pandemic.

FIEs deny that they tend to sack older workers

Laying off older workers is still a rare phenomenon which occurs only in some enterprises. However, this may become more popular in the context of the 4.0 revolution.