Overseas labour

Update news Overseas labour

VN workers help reduce overseas labour shortages

Jun Dae Joo, Ambassador of the Republic of Korea to Viet Nam, and Salman AlHarbi, Head of the Consular Section of the Embassy of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, spoke to Viet Nam News about the impact of Vietnamese workers in their countries.

New rules on human trafficking a step forward

A new human trafficking section in the Penal Code was drafted to comply with protocol on those crimes laid out in international conventions. Officials spoke about the changes, and if the country will incorporate them.

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Information on overseas labour to be published

 VietNamNet Bridge – The Department of Overseas Labour (DOLAB) has announced it will make its database on overseas workers public in an effort to help those who want to work overseas.

Overseas labour issues in the spotlight

 VietNamNet Bridge – Vietnamese workers staying in South Korea beyond the expiry of their labour contracts is a major cause towards Viet Nam's failure to achieve its goal of sending 90,000 workers overseas.