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Authorities should better inform Vietnam’s SMEs about the many support policies available to ensure their effectiveness, experts said at a conference on July 7.
Workers are showing apathy toward the Vietnam National Wage Council’s effort to seek public opinion on how much the minimum wage should be increased by in 2015 due to it likely having little impact on their socio-economic status.
The increasing number of illegal workers in South Korea threatens to tear Vietnam’s fragile export worker programme with the country apart.
Vietnam’s top labour markets this year have shown some surprising results due to various factors around the world.
A conference on improving the business climate of the northwest region to attract investment took place in northern Phu Tho province late last week.
The Vietnamese public are raising funds to support people in Quang Binh and Ha Tinh provinces that recently suffered devastating storms.
Labour outsourcing laws were first introduced this year under a decree that amends and adds to the existing Labour Code. The move is expected to more closely regulate labour outsourcing businesses which have, in past years, been viewed as out of control.
The government plans to raise the minimum wage by 14-15 per cent in 2014.
Labour export to Korea is set to soon resume through policies preventing and punishing runaway workers.
Qatar in the Middle East is losing its charm as one of Vietnam’s major labour export markets due to tough climate and uncompetitive wages.