Ten thousands of enterprises in Vietnam closed after 9 months due to COVID-19

Ten thousands of enterprises in Vietnam closed after 9 months due to COVID-19

There is an average of nearly 9,000 enterprises failing in the market each month in the first nine months of this year.
100,000 Vietnamese may be unemployed per month due to COVID-19

100,000 Vietnamese may be unemployed per month due to COVID-19

According to the Vietnamese Ministry of Labor, Invalids, and Social Affairs, up to 100,000 workers, mostly in the fields of tourism, accommodation and catering services, construction, transportation, processing, and manufacturing may be fired per month due to COVID-19 pandemic.
Vietnamese workforce faces the worst impacts of COVID-19

Vietnamese workforce faces the worst impacts of COVID-19

Despite Vietnam’s success in resisting the health impacts of COVID-19, the economy has suffered and it’s the workforce that may face the worst impacts of the disease, analyzed expert.
Singapore: Resorts World Sentosa to make 'significant' staff cuts amid coronavirus pandemic

Singapore: Resorts World Sentosa to make 'significant' staff cuts amid coronavirus pandemic

Resorts World Sentosa (RWS), one of Singapore's biggest private-sector employers, said on Wednesday (Jul 15) it was laying off staff as part of cost-cutting measures in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. 
31 million Vietnamese workers severely hit by COVID-19

31 million Vietnamese workers severely hit by COVID-19

As many as 30.8 million Vietnamese workers either go unemployed or paid less in the wake of the economic fallout from coronavirus pandemic. The figure is expected to rise by the end of the year.
Urban unemployment rate surges to 10-year high

Urban unemployment rate surges to 10-year high

The unemployment rate in Vietnamese urban areas in the second quarter jumped to the highest in the past decade.
Grab to lay off 360 employees to cope with COVID-19 impact

Grab to lay off 360 employees to cope with COVID-19 impact

Grab Holdings, the leading ride-hailing company in Southeast Asia, said it will cut 360 employees, equivalent to 5 percent of its total, as it reduces expenses to deal with an economic downturn and slow recovery from the coronavirus pandemics.
Covid-19 sweeps 305 million full-time jobs in 2020's second quarter

Covid-19 sweeps 305 million full-time jobs in 2020's second quarter

The International Labour Organization (ILO) reported that working hours will be 10.5% lower this quarter comparing to those of  before Covid-19, the global health crisis. That means 305 million full-time jobs vanished due to the pandemic.
Robot Baristas Reinforce Social Distancing at South Korean Cafe

Robot Baristas Reinforce Social Distancing at South Korean Cafe 1

Just like you are in a movie: approaching a familiar coffee house, grab a cup of morning hot cappuccino with zero human-ing involved. Surprised? A South Korean cafe has found an innovative way of serving its customers during the coronavirus pandemic, with an efficient robot barista.
200.000 jobs for Vietnamese unemployees to overcome COVID-19 pandemic

200.000 jobs for Vietnamese unemployees to overcome COVID-19 pandemic

A 200,000-job-opportunity project named “Thousands of jobs in hand to fight against COVID-19" has been kicked off recently aiming to support employees and enterprises to overcome the pandemic. 
Unemployment rate in Vietnam reaches highest in Q1 due to coronavirus

Unemployment rate in Vietnam reaches highest in Q1 due to coronavirus

The COVID-19 pandemic has hit Vietnam from the end of January, directly impacting the domestic labour market. Unemployment therefore reached the highest rate over the last five years, Vu Thi Thu Thuy, head of the GSO’s Department of Population and Labour Statistics, said.
Millions of Southease Asian jobs might sufffer as COVID-19 goes rampant

Millions of Southease Asian jobs might sufffer as COVID-19 goes rampant

As the COVID-19 pandemic is ravaging the world, driving economies grind to a halt, millions of laborers in Southeast Asia are on the verge of unemployment, the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) reports.
Coronavirus could cost the world 25 million jobs, UN says

Coronavirus could cost the world 25 million jobs, UN says

Along with health threat, COVID-19 pandemic could trigger economic crisis, increasing global unemployment by as much as 25 million people and dramatically slashing workers’ incomes. 
    Prev         Next    
Phiên bản di động