22 May 2019
A new report shows gender diversity improves business outcomes, and makes it easier to attract talent. The report also looks at the reasons behind the continuing gender diversity deficits, and makes recommendations for breaking the cycle.
16 May 2019
Viet Nam has made major steps towards the ratification of ILO fundamental conventions and in revising the Labour Code, which shows the country’s good wills and effective efforts to sign and ratify EVFTA.
06 May 2019
The dossier for the ratification of Convention 98 has been submitted by the State President to the National Assembly for its upcoming sitting this May.
25 April 2019
The Director of the ILO Country Office for Viet Nam participated in the 2nd International Co-operative Alliance – Asia and Pacific (ICA-AP) Cooperative Registrars’ Forum held in Ho Chi Minh city, Viet Nam to present ILO’s work on statistics of cooperatives.
25 April 2019
The industry is growing quickly in the North with a lot of demand from factories for assistance to become more competitive.
28 March 2019
The competition helps Viet Nam’s academic community improve research capacity on labour issues with a focus on industrial relations.
26 March 2019
The country continues to align its legal framework with international labour standards to protect vulnerable workers' groups.
25 March 2019
Prizes include gifts and recognition from the ILO, including a trip to the United Nations Green House in Hanoi.
11 March 2019
This is one of Viet Nam’s localities with recorded progresses in establishing trade unions and improving industrial relations.
07 March 2019
Work-related gender gaps have not seen any meaningful improvement for 20 years, but a new ILO report says that the path to progress is clear.
ILO chief technical advisor receives Government medal for contributions to child labour prevention in Viet Nam
04 March 2019
On his last day as ILO Viet Nam’s chief technical advisor, Minoru Ogasawara was awarded a medal for his efforts in the fight against child labour in Viet Nam.
13 February 2019
Progress in reducing unemployment globally is not being matched by improvements in the quality of work, says the International Labour Organization’s World Employment and Social Outlook: Trends 2019 report.
29 January 2019
The project funded by the European Union will focus on seafood and furniture industries, two key export sectors of the country.
22 January 2019
A Universal Labour Guarantee, social protection from birth to old age and an entitlement to lifelong learning are among ten recommendations made in a landmark report by the ILO’s Global Commission on the Future of Work.
21 January 2019
The collective action can reduce staff turnover, strengthen the relationship between workers and employers, and promote stable industrial relations, allowing workers to enjoy the same working conditions across firms.
04 January 2019
The number of participating firms in Da Nang City is expected to reach 50 in 2019.
Labour Minister reaffirms Viet Nam’s support for ILO Centenary year, agrees to extend cooperation agenda
20 December 2018
The ILO in Viet Nam plans to organize the Centenary celebration in May 2019 on the occasion of Ho Chi Minh’s birthday and a high-level Future of Work conference in November 2019.
ILO: Social protection coverage has improved in ASEAN, but migrant workers remain among the least protected
18 December 2018
Despite considerable progress made in the expansion of social security coverage of migrant workers in ASEAN, migrant workers remain among the least protected, says the International Labour Organization (ILO) in a new study.
10 December 2018
A new free digital platform helps migrant workers compare money transfer costs and locate support organizations.
05 December 2018
Some countries of origin are losing the most productive part of their workforce, the study says.