- News in Vietnam
- 28 October 2021
What labor difficulties are businesses facing?
VnExpress and the Private Economic Development Research Board surveyed enterprises’ difficulties in labor to help the Government develop appropriate policies.
The epidemic that has lasted for many months across the country has disrupted human resources. As in Ho Chi Minh City, the epicenter of the recent outbreak, half a million workers have left the city to return to their hometown, of which there are about 300,000 workers. With the workers still clinging to the factory, businesses have agreed to increase costs to support. They still have specific psychological impacts affecting production. It takes time to recover gradually.
Meanwhile, despite encouraging policies from the locality, businesses, and new sources of labor in the countryside still face many limitations, they cannot immediately return to the city to make up for this shortfall. Many forecasts show that small and medium-sized enterprises in the textile, garment, and footwear industry will be in the “thirsty” group for workers when production fully recovers.
Is your business facing similar labor problems? Please take part in the survey below conducted by the Private Economic Development Research Board (Board IV) in collaboration with VnExpress from now until October 26 to share the difficulties and bottlenecks that businesses face in and around the world after the epidemic. At the same time, that will send proposals and solutions to the Government and competent agencies.
Opinions from your business are researched, synthesized, and presented in the report reflecting the recommendations of Board IV to submit to the Prime Minister, contributing to helping the government, authorities at all levels, and policymakers see the reality of the situation practices and relevant status quo to develop appropriate and effective policies.