10 March 2016
The Award calls for entries until 29 March 2016.
14 January 2016
The success of this agreement, the first one of its kind, can help Viet Nam successfully implement the Trans-Pacific Partnership obligations as a member state of the ILO.
18 December 2015
The latest ranking of recruitment agencies has shown that the Code of Conduct for companies sending workers abroad is leading to improved standards.
Launching ceremony of project on enhancing national capacity to prevent and reduce Child labour in Viet Nam
20 November 2015
Together with MOLISA, the ILO and national stakeholders commit to preventing and reducing child labour by 2020.
20 November 2015
The International Labour Organization in Viet Nam has welcomed the Government’s commitment to respect, promote and realize the ILO’s fundamental principles and rights at work in its statement released on 20 November 2015.
31 July 2015
ILO Country Director Gyorgy Sziraczki shares his views on key labour and employment issues in Viet Nam in the past few years and looks ahead to the country’s near future.
21 July 2015
Young and dynamic women and men make up the biggest group among Viet Nam’s wage workers, who are willing to migrate within the country to find work, shows a new policy brief issued by the International Labour Organization (ILO).
18 June 2015
Viet Nam needs a skills council for tourism sector to best seize opportunities from the accelerated regional and global integration
11 June 2015
Around 20 to 30 per cent of children in low income countries complete their school to work transition by the age of 15 and even more leave school prior to this age, says a new ILO report prepared for World Day against Child Labour.
13 May 2015
About 4,500 garment workers in the South are set to join Better Work Vietnam’s annual fun run this year on 17 May in Binh Duong to highlight the issue of health and safety in the apparel industry.
27 April 2015
The issue of work in fishing is important for countries in Asia, including Southeast Asia. Over 87 per cent of the world’s fishers and 73 per cent of the global fleet of fishing vessels come from Asia (FAO, 2012). Cambodian and Myanmar migrant workers, for example, work on Thai vessels fishing in Malaysian and Indonesian waters; while beyond the ASEAN region, Vietnamese, Indonesian and Filipino fishermen also work on Korean and Taiwanese vessels.
17 March 2015
A 3-day workshop on quality assurance for work-related skills is being held for the ILO's member States in Bangkok, Thailand.
07 March 2015
New data released in time for International Women's Day illustrates the progress of and remaining challenges for women working in the global garment industry.
05 March 2015
New study by the ILO in co-operation with Navigos Search shows one in five job postings includes gender requirement with male applicants preferred for more skilled and better paid jobs while better equality is recorded in promotion practices.
09 February 2015
Ms Tomoko Nishimoto has taken up her post as the ILO's Assistant Director-General and Regional Director for Asia and the Pacific since 12 January 2015.
02 February 2015
The Regional Model Competency Standards (RMCS) for Domestic Work will help more than 20 million domestic worker in Asia and the Pacific if ASEAN regional integration ensures the mutual recognition of skills of workers across borders, according to the ILO's new publication.
15 January 2015
Journalists can now submit your works to compete for Viet Nam’s Labour and Employment Media Award until 5 February.
12 January 2015
A new ILO study shows that Viet Nam ranks 76th out of 108 countries in proportion of women managers at 23 per cent. It also points out positive link between female leadership and business performance and urges boost from current 5 per cent of women in top positions.
11 December 2014
The latest report by Better Work Vietnam showed that fire safety works in major garment factories in the South have yet to meet the national and international standards despite certain progress.
06 December 2014
An Innovative Career Guidance Package tailor-made for Viet Nam has been introduced in a hope to help young people make the right choices for their own future.