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Time to let labourers decide when they retire: experticon
SOCIETY19/06/20200

Time to let labourers decide when they retire: expert

Some special occupations including preschool teachers should be allowed to retire earlier than the age set in the Labour Code, said Trinh Thanh Hang, head of the department for woman affairs of the Vietnam General Confederation of Labour (VGCL).

 
Family Day on June 28 to be public holidayicon

Family Day on June 28 to be public holiday

SOCIETY
07/11/2019

The labour ministry has proposed to make Vietnamese Family Day on June 28 a national holiday.

50% of workers oppose raising retirement age: surveyicon

50% of workers oppose raising retirement age: survey

BUSINESS
14/10/2019

Policymakers amending the Labor Code want to lift the retirement age but a survey has found that 50.7 percent of polled workers oppose the idea.

Why we have to increase the retirement age?icon

Why we have to increase the retirement age?

SOCIETY
23/06/2019

Doan Mau Diep, Deputy Minister of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs, speaks to the Tiền Phong (Vanguard) newspaper about how Vietnam will revise the retirement age for workers or State employees.

Labor Minister Dao Ngoc Dung says necessary to revise up retirement ageicon

Labor Minister Dao Ngoc Dung says necessary to revise up retirement age

SOCIETY
30/05/2019

The proposal to raise the retirement age is necessary as Vietnam’s retirement age regulations have been outdated after 60 years, and the average life expectancy of the Vietnamese is higher than that of people from many Asia-Pacific countries.

Retirement age adjustment needs to be flexible: experticon

Retirement age adjustment needs to be flexible: expert

SOCIETY
22/05/2019

Bui Sy Loi, vice chairman of National Assembly’s Committee for Social Affairs talks to Hải Quan (Customs) newspaper about a proposal to increase retirement age in the draft amended Labour Law.

Revised labour code still have rooms to discussicon

Revised labour code still have rooms to discuss

SOCIETY
20/05/2019

Government needs to take a close look at working hours, wages, productivity and unemployment before making any decision on expanding overtime hours.