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VCCI to launch annual report on labor market project
11:39, 2015/03/05
The Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) organised a conference to announce the launch of annual report on labor market project in Hanoi on March 4.
The report, released annually in December, aims to honour outstanding businesses in developing labor resource as well as improving.
Accordingly, the report will analyse and evaluate key workforce issues such as recruitment, quality of labourers, and implementation of Law on Labour.

 
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VCCI’s Chairman Vu Tien Loc said the launch of the project will assist the State in introducing strategic plans to develop the productivity of the national workforce.
Gyorgy Sziraczki, Director of the International Labour Organisation in Vietnam said the Vietnamese government should encourage the private sector to improve labour productivity and skills to create added value in the global chain and attract more foreign investors.
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