New ILO/ADB report shows that the ASEAN Economic Community could spur growth in jobs by an additional 10.5 per cent by 2025.
Welcome to the ILO Country Office for Viet Nam. The ILO and its tripartite constituents – the government together with representatives of employers and workers organizations – play its role within the UN and multilateral system supporting Viet Nam’s socio-economic development. In partnership with our constituents, the ILO provides technical assistance on a range of key labour market development issues. We focus on creating more and better jobs through enterprise development, ensuring basic social services for all, and building triparatism by promoting industrial relations and social dialogue.
25 November 2014
Viet Nam has made an important step in minimum wage setting but it is not enough. The legal and institutional system for collective bargaining should be improved and international labour standards offer useful frameworks and tools to do this.
25 November 2014
Opening speech by Ms Sandra Polaski, ILO Deputy Director - General for Policy, at the National Wage Conference organized in Hanoi on 25-26 November 2014
31 October 2014
This research note provides a brief overview of minimum wages for the garment sector in the top 25 apparel exporters from the developing world.
28 October 2014
This policy brief developed by the ILO, International Organization for Migration and UN Women provided with findings through researchs and recommendations for facilitating the return of Vietnamese migrant workers.
'Til Everyone Can See - Mike Einziger & Ann Marie Simpson (ft. Pharrel, Hans Zimmer, Travis Barker)
The Sisterhood of Group 51: Microfinance Brings Decent Work
The Bamboo Weavers of Ha Tinh: Skills Bring Decent Work
Paint-WISE: Safe Work Brings Decent Work
Bridging the Gap in Viet Nam
Woven Together in Viet Nam