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Adecco Vietnam Launches the 2018 Vietnam Career Navigator and Salary Guide

• An experts’ insights handbook as your personal career GPS to navigate yourself in skills developing and career movements. • A complete salary guide for candidates across various industries with detailed job descriptions and requirements.

May 29, 2018 Press Release,Salary Guide

"Sinh viên Việt Nam học quá nhiều, điểm số rất cao nhưng lại thiếu kỹ năng mềm"

[Kênh14] Theo ông Andree Mangels, tổng giám đốc Adecco Vietnam, điểm số học tập của sinh viên Việt Nam thường rất cao so với sinh viên các nước, đặc biệt về Toán học. Tuy nhiên, các nhà tuyển dụng nhận thấy sinh viên Việt Nam học quá nhiều, lại thiếu kỹ năng mềm.

April 23, 2018 Local News

Adecco Vietnam Empowers Local Youngsters to Lead A Leading Global Company with CEO for One Month Program 2018

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam – Mar 8, 2018. Adecco Vietnam, a subsidiary of the Adecco Group – the world’s leader in HR solutions, is giving a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for Vietnamese fresh graduates and young talents to learn from and lead a Fortune 500 company for a month through its highly anticipated programme – CEO for One Month 2018.

February 06, 2018 Press Release

2018 Global Talent Competitiveness Index: Talent Diversity and Competitiveness will fuel the Future of Work: Vietnam Ranks 87

The 2018 Global Talent Competitiveness Index (GTCI) report found that Switzerland still leads the way in terms of talent competitiveness, followed by Singapore and the United States. In general, European countries continue to dominate the GTCI rankings, with 15 in the top 25. This year’s edition also revealed that the top ten countries have several key characteristics in common and share one major feature: they all have a well-developed educational system providing the social and collaboration skills needed for employability in today’s labour market.

January 23, 2018 Press Release,Event & Activity,HR Insight

Unleashing The Promise of Flexible Working

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.

November 14, 2017 Press Release,HR Insight

THE ADECCO GROUP SPEARHEADS THE AGE OF THE FREELANCER WITH A NEW DIGITAL BRAND: YOSS

• First support services and marketplace for freelancers and companies • 360-degree online freelancer platform in partnership with Microsoft • YOSS embraces gig economy as part of the Adecco Group’s innovation strategy

October 24, 2017 Press Release

More efforts needed to reach the skill gap in VN

[Vietnamnet] Amid increasing demand for talent from existing and newly established businesses, employers are facing challenges in finding the right candidates, according to a recent snapshot report on Viet Nam’s labour market by Adecco Vietnam, a subsidiary of Switzerland-based workforce solutions provider.

October 10, 2017 Local News

More efforts needed to reach the skill gap in Việt Nam

[Vietnam News] HCM CITY — Amid increasing demand for talent from existing and newly established businesses, employers are facing challenges in finding the right candidates, according to a recent snapshot report on Việt Nam’s labour market by Adecco Vietnam, a subsidiary of Switzerland-based workforce solutions provider.

October 09, 2017 Local News

TEN LEADERS OF TOMORROW SHORTLISTED FOR THE ADECCO GROUP’S ‘CEO FOR ONE MONTH’

[Zurich, Switzerland, September 4] Ten young leaders will compete for the once-in-a-lifetime chance to shadow the Adecco Group CEO Alain Dehaze in the 2017 ‘CEO for One Month’ programme. Chosen from an initial 117,500 applicants across the world, the ten finalists will take part in a boot camp in Paris from 11-14 September, facing a range of solo and team challenges based on real-life CEO scenarios.

September 04, 2017 Press Release

'Trẻ Nhật muốn làm doanh nhân, trẻ Việt muốn làm bác sĩ'

[VnExpress] Khảo sát nhỏ của một tổ chức nhân sự tại châu Á cho thấy trẻ Việt thích làm bác sĩ, cảnh sát, trong khi trẻ Nhật lại thích kinh doanh.

August 08, 2017 Local News