ILO programme to promote New Industrial Relations Framework in Viet Nam

News and events

  1. Event

    Workshop on Promoting effective organization and operation of Industrial/Export Processing/Economic Zone Trade Unions (IZ/EPZ/EZ)

    Viet Nam's joining a number of new generation Free Trade Agreements is predicted to exert strong impacts on the development of enterprises, which creates both opportunities and challenges for trade union( (TU) activities and industrial relations, especially in IZs employing a large numbers of workers. The workshop is organized to support VGCL overall approach in this context to better prepare for the coming changes in TU activities and to better promote TU performance towards stable and harmonious industrial relations.

  2. Policy brief

    Wage policy reforms in non-State sector

    11 May 2018

    The policy brief highlights the importance of improving minimum wage fixing and strengthening collective bargaining in non-State sector in Viet Nam.

  3. Industrial relations

    Labour research contest launched with VND100m awards

    24 April 2018

    The initiative which aims to provide an opportunity for strengthening local research capacity on labour issues, especially industrial relations-related topics, opens for submissions from 24 April until 25 June 2018.

  4. Publication

    Call for application Labour research contest

    24 April 2018

  5. Publication

    Labour research contest brochure

    24 April 2018

  6. Technical brief

    Technical advice on discrimination: Definition and prohibited grounds of discrimination

    01 April 2018

    This note covers one of the issues being considered as part of the Vietnamese Labour Code 2012 reforms: the definition of discrimination, and prohibited grounds of discrimination.

  7. Technical brief

    Technical advice on the definition of the employment relationship

    01 April 2018

    This note covers one of the issues being considered as part of the Vietnamese Labour Code 2012 reforms: the definition of the employment relationship.