Many challenges and difficult tasks lie ahead, particularly heavy public debt and many serious transport accidents. Capital resources and qualified labour are in urgent demand for the transport sector to develop in the course of national industrialisation and modernisation.
Truong Gia Binh, chairman of information technology giant FPT, said at the recent launch of the World Bank’s 2016 World Development Report that numerous foreign investment funds were eyeing Vietnam as a fertile land for the development of software and digital technology.
Foreign investors are registered to invest approximately US$4.03 billion in Việt Nam in the first quarter of this year, surging by 119 per cent against the same period last year.
HA NOI (VNS) — The agriculture, forestry and fishery sectors are forecasted to face a shortage of 3.2million trained workers in 2020, labour experts said. The prediction follows human resources development planning adopted by the Prime Minister from 2011-20.
THOUSANDS OF labourers from the central Vietnam provinces of Nghe An and Ha Tinh have flocked to Thailand and Laos to look for higher-paying jobs after Tet (Lunar New Year).
Your fast track to employment begins with some exciting options. Get the experience, skills and advice needed to take your first steps in the world of work.
Adecco Việt Nam ra mắt lần 3 Tài liệu tham khảo về lương, bao gồm cập nhật và tổng quan về thông tin mức lương cho vị trí chủ chốt trong các lĩnh vực và các ngành công nghiệp khác nhau.
HA NOI (VNS) — Domestic commercial banks plan to recruit thousands of employees this year to boost development and seize new opportunities, business news website cafef.vn reported.
Duc said labor shifts among member states of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), particularly skilled, high quality labor, had already been occurring.
The top three countries ranked on talent competitiveness are Switzerland at number one, followed by Singapore and Luxembourg in second and third places, respectively, remaining the same as in 2014.
It is widely documented that the relationship between higher education institutions and students has moved away from the traditional scholarly one and towards a more consumer based one. This requires institutions to adjust their approach in order to meet the needs of their students – that means ensuring they have the skills necessary to find jobs when they graduate.
The fifth annual “Adecco Children’s Career Survey” of children living in Vietnam has revealed that being a Doctor is still the top choice among young respondents - similar to results from the same survey conducted in Thailand.
The government’s efforts to simplify business registration regulations, allow foreigners to own property and improve infrastructure are attracting both local and foreign investors.
The current challenges show that Vietnam does not have much time left. If it does not urgently develop appropriate strategies, the country will fall into prolonged stagnation, a kind of middle-income trap.
The unemployment rate of the working-age bracket in Vietnam was projected to be at a low of 2.1 percent in the fourth quarter.
The number of university graduates and holders of higher academic degrees becoming jobless has increased in Vietnam, reaching 225,500 people or 20 percent of the unemployed, the Ministry of Labor, War Invalids, and Social Affairs said on Thursday.
Vietnam's economic growth will slow down by 1.36 percentage points next year from this year's estimate of 6.5 percent if crude oil prices slump to US$30 per barrel as recently forecast by international analysts.
Hanoi and several provinces hoping to send Vietnamese workers to South Korea will not be allowed to join labor export programs unless they can reduce the number of migrants who run away or illegally overstay their visas once in the country, according to the labor ministry.
HCM CITY (VNS) — A 27-year-old female resident of HCM City, who is deaf, lost her job when her new boss decided not to renew her contract, saying that he did not want to communicate with her in writing as her former supervisor had done.
Vietnamese airlines spends a lot of money buying aircraft from EU. The EU is currently the second biggest trade partner of Viet Nam, with bilateral trade hitting $19.4 billion in the first half of this year, a year-on-year increase of 11 per cent. — VNA/VNS Photo Huy Hung
If the growth of labor supply is not improved, Vietnam would face an annual shortage of some 78,000 IT professionals in the next five years, according to a new report.
Vietnam’s leaders are confident of strong economic growth in the next five years, but foreign partners at a conference on Saturday expressed concerns about is low labor productivity and high public debt.
VietNamNet Bridge - Skilled workers may leave Vietnam for other markets where they can get higher pay, while those who stay may not find jobs because they are less competitive than workers from TPP (Trans Pacific Partnership) countries.
VietNamNet Bridge – A labor relations system based on freedom of association and the recognition of the collective bargaining right is a common feature of modern market economies as it helps create a better balance of power between workers and employers, according to the ILO.
Hans Ploos van Amstel (50), a Dutch national, has been appointed by the Adecco Group’s Board of Directors as the new Group Chief Financial Officer. He will take up his position on September 1, 2015 and will be based in Switzerland.
Ask any high school senior in Vietnam about their plan for the summer, and 95 per cent of the time you’ll get “Prepare for university exam” for an answer. Not to mention the level of anxiety.
Báo cáo của Trung tâm Dự báo nhu cầu nhân lực và thông tin thị trường lao động TP Hồ Chí Minh mới công bố cho thấy, hè năm 2015 này nhu cầu nguồn nhân lực lao động hè của các doanh nghiệp trên địa bàn Thành phố tăng từ 17 - 20%.
One of the challenges in the Indian market is the lack of regulation for the industry. For example, placement agencies can be licensed under various kinds of legislation: as shops, as faith organisations, as non-governmental organisations etc.
"Ciett will continue to develop its operational activities in terms of advocating, capacity building and educating. Our Way to Work campaign and related events and materials will be further developed to debunk misperceptions and prejudices about our industry."
ILO, OECD and employment & recruitment industry stress the role of labour market adaptability in driving growth
Theo báo cáo của Tổ chức Lao động Quốc tế (ILO), chỉ 1/4 số lao động trên thế giới có hợp đồng làm việc dài hạn ổn định, dẫn tới tình trạng mất an ninh về việc làm gia tăng.
Growth in the region’s developing nations will increase only slightly, to 5.9 per cent in 2015 from 5.8 per cent last year, with no significant change expected in 2016, according to the Economic and Social Survey of Asia and the Pacific 2015, ESCAP’s annual flagship publication.
Dự kiến nhu cầu tuyển dụng của các doanh nghiệp trên địa bàn TP.HCM trong quý II/2015 khoảng 65.000 chỗ làm. Trong đó, tháng 4/2015: 20.000 chỗ làm việc; tháng 5/2015: 20.000 chỗ làm việc và tháng 6/2015: 25.000 chỗ làm việc.
Revenue growth into Q1 2015 shows improving trend
Ho Chi Minh City – 3 February 2015 - Adecco Vietnam launches its second Salary Guide, which comprises of an update and overview of salary information for key positions in various sectors and industries.
Growing talent for today and tomorrow: report highlights importance of ‘employable skills’ and vocational education amid changing labour markets and rising unemployment. Vietnam ranked 75th.
Adecco Vietnam Releases Findings from the 4th Annual Career Survey of Children Living in Vietnam
Ho Chi Minh City – 26 November 2014: On the 1st of December 2014, the European Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam (EuroCham) will launch the 7th edition of its “Whitebook of Trade/ Investment Issues & Recommendations”.
On the morning of November 25, Nicola Connolly – General Director of Adecco Vietnam and Chairwoman of EuroCham, shared her insights in a high level panel discussion on the challenges and opportunities for Vietnam wage policy in the context of market economy and economic integration.
October 7th was our 3rd anniversary and we’re very proud of that. We always hope to inspire individuals and organizations to create greater efficiencies, effectiveness, and choice in the domain of work, for the benefit of all stakeholders.
Ho Chi Minh City, 28th August 2014 – Adecco Vietnam is pleased to be nominated as a Finalist in the Global Recruiter Awards – Best Newcomer category in Asia Pacific Region 2014.
Adecco Vietnam Founding Member of VEAF
The global leader in HR solutions will share its labour market expertise and provide job placements to tackle youth unemployment
The Adecco Experience will help them step on the career ladder. Only one will become the “Adecco CEO for one month”
Thousands of athletes all over the world have already been provided with career training and job placement support through the global Programmes.
‘Score To Win! Employee Management During The World Cup 2014’
Government forecast that the Japanese economy will expand by 1.3% in 2014.
Adecco Vietnam launches its Salary Guide 2014
Adecco Vietnam – Way2Work 2014
One of the candidates will also be the Adecco CEO for one month
The Adecco Way to Work initiative continues to support young job seekers
“Entrepreneurial, optimistic and informed. That’s Generation Z – The Next Generation Of Workers In Asia”
Spring Professional now fully operational in Beijing and Shanghai, to support the growing demand for IT and engineering professionals in China
EuroCham Members elect 2014 Executive Committee – Nicola Connolly Vote new Chairwoman
HẠNH PHÚC KHI MANG ĐẾN SỰ AN TÂM CHO KHÁCH HÀNG
Vietnam, 29 March 2014 – During the Adecco Client Seminar in March, Nicola Connolly – Adecco Vietnam General Director, not only shares update Sub Leasing – 2014 New Circular Guidance, but also the Attracting Talent in Asia’s Digital Arena whitepaper which explores the importance of Social Media in business nowadays.
HONG KONG, SHANGHAI and SINGAPORE, March 12, 2014
Nicola Connolly named as Vietnam Business Woman of the Year 2013 and one of the country’s Top 100 Business Leaders
Adecco Vietnam launches its whitepaper Employee Communication Excellence in February.
Adecco, the leading Human Resources Solutions provider in Vietnam, revealed that engineering, sales, accounting, administration, marketing/PR and IT positions were the Hot Jobs in 2013, while jobs in automotive, healthcare, FMCG, IT and insurance industries will be in high demand in 2014.
“Survey of 700 school children in Vietnam reveals that being a Doctor is their top job…followed by becoming a Teacher”
Findings from an Annual Adecco Career Survey of Children living in Vietnam in 2014
The European Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam (EuroCham) officially launches the sixth edition of “Whitebook of Trade/ Investment Issues & Recommendations”. The Whitebook 2014 aims to summarize for the Vietnamese Government the key issues affecting the business climate of European businesses in Vietnam. The Whitebook 2014 informs policy making and serves as a foundation for further constructive dialogue between the Eurocham business community and the Vietnamese Government.
Athens Classic Marathon was the highlight of Adecco’s Win4Youth programme 2013 – a global initiative aimed at supporting young people to better integrate into the labour market while fostering the engagement and values of Adecco Group’s 31,000 employees. Greece was chosen as the location for this year’s highlight event also out of solidarity with the country and its people, hard-hit by the global labour crisis.
Switzerland and Singapore showing the way in global war for talent, international study finds
Adecco’s Win4Youth initiative brings together 78 employees from 40 countries to a training camp in Belgium. The 2013 team will compete in the Athens Classic Marathon in November this year.
Nicola Connolly, Adecco General Director, speaks at the Women Leaders Forum launch in Vietnam.
Youngsters return from job journeys across five continents organised by Adecco and its clients
Vietnam, 30 August 2013 – Nicola Connolly, Adecco Vietnam General Director, speaks at the Conference between HCM City Leaders and Foreign Investors.
Nicola Connolly, Adecco Vietnam General Director, hosts a Workshop under the Youth To Business Forum 2013 organized by AIESEC in Vietnam.
Nicola Connolly, Adecco Vietnam General Director, speaks at Midterm Vietnam Business Forum (VBF) 2013 in Hanoi.
Adecco Executive Jeff Bonnin, Elected To Canadian Chamber of Commerce Executive Board in Vietnam
Thousands of Adecco employees will hit the streets in over 50 countries worldwide
Supporting young job seekers with the Adecco Way to Work initiative
Adecco’s General Manager, Nicola Connolly, has been re-elected to the Executive Committee of EuroCham in Vietnam.
Spring Professional opens in key regional markets – providing IT & engineering recruitment services
Nicola Connolly Announced As Head of Vietnam Business Forum’s HR Sub Working Group
The European Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam (EuroCham) launched its fifth edition of the ‘Whitebook of Trade/ Investment Issues and Recommendations’.
Survey reveals that being a Doctor is the most popular Career’s choice, followed closely by becoming a Teacher or Police Officer.
Christophe Duchatellier Announced As Regional Head for Adecco operations in Japan and Asia
As the war for talent increases in Vietnam, savvy employers are learning how to capitalize on the strength of their brand in order to attract top candidates. Adecco explains how to use your brand to strengthen your overall reputation.
Adecco Vietnam takes an in-depth look at the opinions of Vietnamese candidates from the survey “Dream company for job seekers” in July.
The survey reveals that Multinational companies are the most attractive to work for, and Career Advancement Opportunities have the most impact for job seekers when applying for a new job.
Adecco Vietnam General Director, Nicola Connolly, interviewed by Nu Doanh Nhan magazine in May
Late night and early morning Euro 2012 games, starting later this week and continuing into July, could mean higher than normal absenteeism and employee fatigue at work in Vietnam – however a little planning and forethought from employers will go a long way.
‘I Want To Be A Doctor!’
Adecco Vietnam launches the first of what will become an annual Survey of what children in Vietnam dream of in terms of career.
The survey reveals that aspiring to be a Doctor is the most popular career choice, followed closely by becoming a Teacher or Business person.
Adecco Vietnam General Director, Nicola Connolly, participates in EuroCham Business Luncheon with MOLISA Vice Minister, Mr. Pham Minh Huan, Hanoi
Nicola Connolly, General Director of Adecco Vietnam, speaks at the Trade and Investment Promotion Conference hosted by Ho Chi Minh City Union Business Association in Vietnam
Adecco Vietnam General Manager, Nicola Connolly, has been elected to the Executive Committee of EuroCham in Vietnam.
Adecco Vietnam was invited to take part in lectures and share experiences to students, together with many top HR Professionals...
Nicola Connolly, General Director of Adecco Vietnam, lectures at RMIT on the “Global labour trends and their impact on the Vietnamese labour market” ...
Adecco Vietnam, represented by General Director Nicola Connolly, signed the Corporate Partnership Agreement with the European Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam (Eurocham) for year 2012....
Official launch of EuroCham’s Whitebook 2012 of Trade/ Investment Issues & Recommendations. Tthe Whitebook 2012 aims to summarize for the Vietnamese government the key issues affecting the business climate of European businesses in Vietnam ...
EuroCham has hosted several forums with various business and government leaders, who have shared their views on making Vietnam an even more competitive market. As a continuation of these efforts,EuroCham invited Nicola Connolly, General Director of Adecco Vietnam, and Ian Grundy of Citrus Public Relations based in Singapore, ...
Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) and International Labour Organization (ILO) organized the National Employers’ Conference 2011, attended by various business organizations. The focus of the conference was on industrial relations and further recommendations on the Labour Code revision in August of this year.
Adecco Group, the global leader in Human Resource services, today announces its inclusion in the Dow Jones Sustainability World and Europe Indexes (DJSI).
In 2010, Adecco colleagues from around the world joined together locally and in global teams to complete a total of 228,002 km (which is more than five times around the world) for six selected foundations. The Adecco Group funded every kilometre completed and the money raised was donated to India, Haiti, Chile, France, Spain and the USA. All foundations have a clear focus on educating and finally integrating young people into the labour market.
“Adecco is the global leader in Human Resource Services and will play a vital role in our preparations – put simply, the quality of the people we hire will have a direct impact on the success of the 2012 Games.”