Representatives of Navigos Group and ILSSA sign an MOU to provide updates on the labor market in Vietnam - PHOTO: NAVIGOS GROUP
HCMC - Navigos Group Vietnam said on June 14 that it had inked a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Institute of Labor Science and Social Affairs (ILSSA) on sharing information on the domestic labor market.
Under the deal, Navigos Group partnered with ILSSA, under the Ministry of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs, to receive updates on the local labor market, including employment recruitment demand and trends in various sectors. The group will provide relevant information for the institute to print in the labor supply-demand connection and labor market prospects sections of the ministry’s quarterly labor market reports.
ILSSA Director Dao Quang Vinh noted that the cooperation agreement with Navigos Group would provide an additional supply of essential information for the institute to better execute strategies related to labor and social issues, securing jobs and social welfare for employees in Vietnam.
Nguyen Phuong Mai, managing director of Navigos Search, described the agreement as a step forward in the cooperation between enterprises and policy planners in creating a sustainable working environment for laborers. In addition, the deal was a testament to Navigos Group’s commitment to helping improve the quality of Vietnamese human resources.
Navigos Group is one of the country’s leading job search service providers and currently operates online job service website VietnamWorks, as well as Navigos Search for executive job search services and career platform Primus for candidates looking for managerial jobs with a minimum monthly salary of US$3,000.
Over the past 16 years of operation in Vietnam, Navigos Group has built a database of millions of jobseekers and dozens of employers and now provides information on some 13,000 jobs every day on vietnamworks.com.
Navigos Group regularly releases reports on employment demand, challenges and opportunities for employers and job-seekers across many industries.
Source: The Saigon Times (https://bit.ly/2MyD4p2)