ILO programme to promote New Industrial Relations Framework in Viet Nam

Publications

  1. Employers’ networking and Capacity Building - Practical experiences from Project’s sites

    30 December 2020

    Lessons learnt from report developed by NIRF/Japan project to widely share and replicate best practices and practical lessons from activities of VCCI and Business Associations to improve and enhance the representative capacity of the Employers Representative Organizations.

  2. IR Bulletin Volume 33&34 - Quarter IV-2020

    18 December 2020

    This IR Bulletin is developed periodically in order to provide important information for people who are interested in this field to update the IR information in Viet Nam in an objective and efficient manner.

  3. VGCL-NIRF/Japan Bulletin - Quarter IV/2019

    06 February 2020

    Trade Union Reform for the rights and benefits of worker

  4. What’s new with revised Labour Code?

    21 November 2019

    Here are the highlights of the changes in the revised Labour Code adopted by the National Assembly on 20 November 2019.

  5. VGCL-NIRF/Japan Bulletin - Quarter III/2019

    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.

  6. Collective Bargaining in Viet Nam

    15 August 2019

  7. Dispute Resolution in Viet Nam – A Rapid Diagnosis

    15 August 2019

    This working paper analyses the policies, practices, and the viewpoints of actors, on dispute settlement in Viet Nam. The paper refers to relevant international labour standards of the ILO and draws on good practices from other countries in the Asia-Pacific region in order to shape recommendations that are suited to Viet Nam’s current context and its future development. The research for this paper was carried out through a collaboration between the ILO New Industrial Relations Project (funded by the USDOL) and the Department of Industrial Relations and Wages of the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs.