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Cổng Thông tin điện tử Bộ Lao động - Thương binh & Xã hội - Hỏi đáp.
Post-Lunar New Year festival labour demand rises
Ho Chi Minh City needs 45,000 permanent and 8,000 seasonal workers in February and March, according to the HCM City Centre for Labour Market and Manpower Forecasting.
Striving to vocational training of new entrants for 1.9 million people in the whole country in 2013
In 2013, the vocational training institutions in the country will strive to recruit new vocational training for 1.9 million people, including vocational secondary and vocational colleges about 400 thousand people, vocational primary and vocational training under 3 months for 1, 5 million people, support vocational training for about 600 million rural workers, the rate of trained labour to 36% ...
Dong Nai province: Provide good legal tools to workers
A province with a large number of workers working at industrial zones, activities of Dong Nai trade union are active but difficult. However, hard conditions in a tough environment are also a good kick for initiatives and positive practices, Dong Nai has successfully built up a “ model of legal information provision to workers”, and through that has actively protect legitimate rights and interests of workers.
In 2012, nearly 489,000 agricultural workers received vocational training nationwide
This is the confirmation from Vietnam Directorate of Vocational Training (MOLISA) announced at the media workshop on vocational training for rural workers held in Hanoi on 11 January 2013. Deputy Minister Nguyen Ngoc Phi attended the workshop. The Deputy Minister stressed: Deployed since 2009, so far, the policies on vocational training for rural laborers were issued relatively uniform, in accordance with the conditions of the country.
Labour figures fall short of plans
Viet Nam created over 1.5 million new jobs and sent 80,000 workers overseas last year, reaching 95 per cent and 89 per cent respectively of initial targets, the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MOLISA) reported on January 7, 2013.
Viet Nam to train more vocational teachers
Viet Nam will have about 3,000 vocational teachers who meet the quality standards set by the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) by 2015, a Government meeting heard on 2, January 2013.
More money pledged to aid the unemployed
Thousands of unemployed people across the country are going to receive more financial assistance to attend training courses in order to improve their chances of finding work.
The 3rd consultation Seminar of ACWC: sustainable employment and protection of pregnant women
On 28 November, 2012, the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MOLISA) coordinated with the United Nations Entity for Gender equality and the Empowerment of Women (UN Women) to organize the 3rd consultation seminar of the ASEAN Commission on the Promotion and Protection of the rights of Women and Children (ACWC) in Hanoi.
New Legal Document
Conference releases the independent review of 10 years of implementing the Law on Gender equality
ASEAN high quality manpower: The key of improving labour productivity and competition
Macca Nutrition, Mindalife help disadvantaged children
Minister Dao Ngoc Dung attends G20 Labour and Employment Ministers Virtual Meeting
Handover Ceremony of “Dan Tri” online newspaper from Vietnam Association for Promoting Education to ...
Deputy Minister Nguyen Thi Ha receives the newly appointed Vietnamese Ambassadors
The Meeting of representatives of Vietnamese Heroic Mothers
NA's Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan presented “The Fatherland Acknowledges the Merit” certificates to ...
Second National Study on Violence Against Women in Viet Nam 2019 Released
Over 22.8 trillion VND allocated for the implementation of social welfare and poverty reduction policies
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