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Adecco Vietnam’s latest quarterly labor market update shows a steady growth of management jobs quartering Q3/2019, especially in manufacturing and technology.
The survey 'Happiness at Work' focuses on the level of happiness and the factors that positively impact the working experience of Vietnamese workers.
'Working Mums in Vietnam' survey focuses on important aspects of working mums in Vietnam, including professional life; family - partner support; company benefit.
Productivity survey at work in Vietnam investigates factors that impact on productivity under both employers and employees’ point of views.
Career Choices & the Motivations Survey focuses on the important aspects affect career choices and the work motivations of Vietnam talents.
Adecco Vietnam has selected the winner of this year ‘CEO for One Month’ program. The successful candidate will work with the General Director of Adecco Malaysia & Vietnam in July 2019.
The demand for senior and managerial positions continues to increase, especially in manufacturing, information technology and banking.
Vietnam ranked 92 out of 125 countries in the 2019 Global Talent Competitiveness Index (2019 GTCI).
The ‘CEO for One Month’ programme began as a local initiative in Norway in 2011 and was formalised into a global programme in 2014.
Demand for human resources in manufacturing, information technology (IT), human resources, legal as well as financial services in Vietnam will increase in 2019.