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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.
Circular No. 2571/TCT-TNCN: Guide Personal Income tax return
On October 1st, 2015. The Government issued Decree 85/2015/NĐ-CP on rights and benefits of female employees. This decree prescribed in the current Labor Code 2012, detailing a number of articles the labor code in terms of policies for female employees. In accordingly, this decree not only gives more detailing of some above regulations but also adds up some new implementation points.
The government has decided to raise the minium wage next year by up to 13 percent, depsite calls for a higher increase from labor unions.
As per the Circular 92/2015/TT-BTC issued by the Ministry of Finance recently providing guidance on PIT under the Law 71/2014/QH13 and Decree 12/2015/ND-CP, we would like to update some useful information for you.
With aim to innovate the administrative procedure, Vietnam Social Insurance Department issued Decision 1018/QĐ-BHXH which amends collection and expenditure management of Social Insurance (SI) and Medical Insurance (MI). The main content is reducing time for document preparation, declaration standards in form system, process and regulations.
This is the plan was decided by the National Wages Council (NWC) after the meeting on August 6th. With 63% of consensus vote, the plan was accepted and will be submitted to the Prime Minister to consider, to decide and to apply in next year.
Circular No. 57/2014/TT-BTC: Annual leave payment
Did You Know: Official Letter No. 6375/BTC-TCT on PIT treatment for airfares for rotators
An Adecco Overview – April 2014