19 December 2019
Industrial relations (IR) in Viet Nam has been growing and getting more and more attention of the community. However, the IR information system in Viet Nam is still limited, sketchy and does not meet actual needs. Those who are interested in IR in general and those who are directly involved in IR tasks in particular do not have the opportunity to access necessary information to have a broader view of this field. Therefore, the New Industrial Relations Framework (NIRF) Project – International Labour Organization (ILO) has collaborated with the Center for Industrial Relations Development (CIRD) – Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MOLISA) to develop periodical IR Bulletins in order to provide important information for people who are interested in this field to update the IR information in an objective and efficient manner.
21 November 2019
Here are the highlights of the changes in the revised Labour Code adopted by the National Assembly on 20 November 2019.
20 November 2019
The ILO congratulates Viet Nam on the adoption of the revised Labour Code, which is better in line with universal fundamental labour rights.
07 November 2019
The Bulletin introduces key contents in the revision of the Law on Trade Union, as well as analyses on black credits and how black credits are negatively affecting workers' lives. In the Research and Exchange column, indicators on collective bargaining are also presented for researchers and union officers' reference.
15 October 2019
The guidance was developed by ILO-NIRF/Japan project and Viet Nam General Confederation of Labor to provide trade union officials in litigation processes and practical examples for reference in representing and protecting workers' rights.
29 September 2019
An interview with ILO Senior Advisor on Standards Policy, Tim De Meyer
The event is coorganized by ILO and Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs in Da Nang City on 27-28 August 2019.