ILO programme to promote New Industrial Relations Framework in Viet Nam

News and events

  1. News

    Labour Code website offers one-stop information hub for workers and employers

    31 March 2021

    The website has been up and running since 1 January 2021 when the 2019 Labour Code took effect.

  2. Flyer

    Labour Code 2019: Resolution of labour disputes

    03 February 2021

    This joint publication by the ILO and the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs highlights the regulations in the 2019 Labour Code on resolution of labour disputes.

  3. Flyer

    Labour Code 2019: Working hours and rest periods

    03 February 2021

    This joint publication by the ILO and the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs highlights the regulations in the 2019 Labour Code on working hours and rest periods.

  4. Flyer

    Labour Code 2019: Workers’ representative organizations at the grassroots level

    03 February 2021

    This joint publication by the ILO and the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs highlights the regulations in the 2019 Labour Code on workers’ representative organizations at the grassroots level.

  5. Flyer

    Labour Code 2019: Employment contracts

    03 February 2021

    This joint publication by the ILO and the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs highlights the new regulations in the 2019 Labour Code on employment contracts.

  6. Publication

    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.

  7. Press release

    Implementing new Labour Code will expedite Viet Nam’s path to high income country

    30 December 2020

    Numerous improvements in the new Labour Code can bring benefits for workers and employers but only when all are aware of their new rights and actively use them.