New Issue of Vietnam Briefing: Managing Human Resources in Vietnam

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Apr. 15 – In this issue of Vietnam Briefing magazine we tackle the legal aspects of managing human resources in the country.

Many foreign investors move operations to Vietnam to take advantage of its large, skilled and inexpensive labor force. As the economy expands further and more business enters the country, it will increasingly become an important part of corporate strategy to find ways to effectively motivate staff while also complying with local labor laws. The magazine covers various topics under recruitment and hiring including salary, mandatory benefits, labor contract, work permits, working hours, bonuses, trade unions and insurance.

We will also look at the ongoing urban renewal of Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh city as its expands the scope of its area to accommodate more local and foreign investment.

Included in this issue:
Managing Human Resources
Managing Payroll
Mandatory Benefits for Employees
Regional Update: The Urban Renewal of Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City

This issue is available as a PDF download in the Asia Briefing Bookstore here.

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