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The gig economy is offering a highly-attractive career and lifestyle pathway for more and more workers, according to global research by the Adecco Group and LinkedIn. But big hurdles at policy level remain.
The end of Q3/2017 signals the start of a new planning season for companies in Vietnam. As business leaders ponder their moves for 2018, the question about building and maintaining a strong workforce to deliver results in a growing market like Vietnam is one of their main concerns. In this snapshot report, Adecco Vietnam is pleased to present an outlook on Vietnam’s economic prospects and the labor issues, providing potential employers with the information to plan their workforce in the coming year.
Adecco Vietnam today releases the sixth annual Children’s Career Survey, revealing top career choices of Vietnamese children between the ages of six and fourteen.
Adecco Vietnam, a subsidiary of the world’s leading workforce solutions provider, today releases the sixth annual Children’s Career Survey, revealing top career choices of Vietnamese children between the ages of six and fourteen.
Over the past few years, there has been a significant shift in mindset toward the idea of work-life balance. This has led to the recent increase in many job seekers exploring part-time, rather than full-time, work. This also extends beyond entry level as we see more and more executives working part time for a variety of reasons.
Vietnam has shown a positive result with the effort of empowering women and creating equality. However, there is still have a long way to go.
Are you having your retails workforce outsourced to third party? Are you facing the common consequential problems that other companies are having when employing outsourcing service from Human Resource vendors
Global Talent Competitiveness Index (GTCI) 2017 Viet Nam - Country Brief
Dealing with Employee Turnover - How to 'Stop the Hop'
Vietnam’s economy will continue to grow with the signing of the Free trade agreements (FTAs) in 2015 with the Eurasian Economic Union of Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan, the Republic of Korea and the European Union (EU) and the upcoming Trans-Pacific-Partnership (TPP).