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Update news Skilled workers
The number of foreign companies and corporations choosing Vietnam for investment and production has increased strongly in recent years but their recruitment of staff has faced problems, according to labour departments and centres.
Dao Quang Vinh, Director of the Institute of Labour and Social Affairs under the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs, talks on challenges and opportunities presented to Vietnamese working people by Industry 4.0.
The lack of skilled workers is a big challenge to enterprises globally, including Vietnam.
Truong Anh Dung, Deputy Director General of the General Department of Vocational Training, under the Ministry of Labour, War Invalids and Social Affairs, talks to Economic and Urban Affairs newspaper on the high demand for skilled workers.
VietNamNet Bridge – HCM City needs 148,000 skilled employees in key sectors this year, according to authorities.
VietNamNet Bridge – Vietnam has abundant labour resources but many enterprises in the country say they cannot recruit a sufficient number of skilled workers, and as a result, cannot expand production activities.
Vu Tien Loc, Chairman of the Viet Nam Chamber of Commerce and Industry, talks to the newspaper Thoi bao Kinh te Viet Nam about the high demand for skilled workers to meet new requirements of national economic development.
VietNamNet Bridge - Many Vietnamese-made products have become inferior to imports, while others cannot penetrate regional markets.
VietNamNet Bridge – Britain’s exit from the EU should make ASEAN members think about the ramifications of the free movement of skilled workers, a senior economist has said.
VietNamNet Bridge – As foreign companies continue to face a shortage of skilled employees, redressing the issue of practical education and training has become a pressing concern for the country as well as for many big investors here.
VietNamNet Bridge – Workers in Vietnam will face much stiffer competition from regional peers given the establishment of the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) allowing for freer movement of labour within the region.
VietNamNet Bridge – More than a week after the ASEAN Economic Community was officially established, Marko Walde, chief representative of German Industry and Commerce Vietnam and chairman of the German-ASEAN Chamber Network,
VietNamNet Bridge – Despite contracting polio at a young age, Vu Thi Kim Hoa, now 52, has overcome her trials and tribulations through her career in knitting – a very common career path for women in her area in the ‘80s.
VietNamNet Bridge – Of the 25,000 positions HCM City needs to fill in June, 35 per cent require manual labourers and 65 per cent skilled workers with training at vocational schools, colleges or universities.
VietNamNet Bridge – Experts and investors at a conference in HCMC on May 25 said Vietnam is poised to become a major base for manufacturers around the world.
VietNamNet Bridge – Vietnam has grown less attractive to foreign investors in the food and beverage (F&B) sector than other regional countries including Thailand, Indonesia and the Philippines,
VietNamNet Bridge – Cuu Long (Mekong) Delta provinces are experiencing a shortage of skilled workers, forcing many enterprises to reduce their operations.
VietNamNet Bridge – R&D firms need sound business strategies and more skilled researchers to overcome current challenges,
VietNamNet Bridge – The latest round of Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement negotiations are underway, running from September 1-10 in Hanoi, and negotiators expect major breakthroughs,
VietNamNet Bridge – Ha Noi's industrial parks and export processing zones will co-ordinate closely with relevant bodies, to help foreign direct investment firms in dealing with export and import procedures.