Businesses in Vietnam need to prepare for an escalation of the coronavirus outbreak; measures taken by authorities may get enforced with little or no notice.
Employers and foreign employees in Vietnam should plan for January 2022 when social insurance rates increase in line with the same rates as local staff.
Vietnam Briefing highlights the travel updates and restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Vietnam.
Vietnam issued Resolutions on helping employees and employers affected by the pandemic. The support will make use of the unemployment insurance fund.
Vietnam Briefing highlights Circular 6 on guiding and amending provisions related to social insurance. Circular 6 went into effect on September 1.
Vietnam eased some work permit requirements for foreign workers in Vietnam to help aid economic growth as Vietnam plans a gradual reopening of its economy.
To aid with business recovery and economic growth, Vietnam issued Resolution 105 on helping businesses affected by the pandemic including easing restrictions for hiring foreign workers.
Vietnam is prone to several typhoons every year. Vietnam Briefing discusses the key risks and how businesses can prepare for the typhoon season.
Vietnam Briefing offers practical advice on how businesses can mitigate the disruption to their work and operations by using remote tools.
While Vietnam’s borders remain closed, it has allowed business professionals, skilled workers, and students to enter the country with special entry permits.