ILO programme to promote New Industrial Relations Framework in Viet Nam

News and events

  1. Trade union

    How immediate upper level unions work in other countries and some observation in Viet Nam

    14 February 2019

    By Dr Chang Hee Lee, senior industrial relations specialist and ILO Viet Nam Director

  2. Industrial relations

    Multi-employer social dialogue benefits southern garment workers

    21 January 2019

    The collective action can reduce staff turnover, strengthen the relationship between workers and employers, and promote stable industrial relations, allowing workers to enjoy the same working conditions across firms.

  3. Collective bargaining

    Multi-employer collective bargaining agreement extended to 10 tourism companies

    04 January 2019

    The number of participating firms in Da Nang City is expected to reach 50 in 2019.

  4. CPTPP

    Viet Nam ratifies Pacific Rim trade deal, getting closer to international labour standards

    12 November 2018

    The accord includes specific labour requirements to ensure that the free flow of trade will contribute to sustainable development and enable workers and businesses to enjoy fair share of economic gains.

  5. Industrial relations

    Viet Nam ready to develop new industrial relations framework for market economy

    09 November 2018

    The framework will help the country address its industrial relations challenges and comply with its labour commitments in free trade deals.

  6. International labour standards

    Viet Nam considers ratifying ILO’s convention to boost collective bargaining

    08 November 2018

    Collective bargaining is a fundamental right. Effective collective bargaining can reduce wildcat strikes and build harmonious industrial relations.

  7. Event

    Workshop on raising awareness on ILO core conventions and labour commitments in the free trade agreements

    The event is co-organized by ILO and VGCL with the aim to raise awareness for key trade union leaders, especially the newly elected presidents of FOLs, Industrial Unions on ILO core conventions.