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Vietnam Jobs

Vietnam Jobs

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Vietnam Jobs

Jobs

Most expats move to Vietnam with a job already secured. We have all the info on recruitment agencies, labour laws and work permits. We also give you an insider's view on what it's like to work in Vietnam. Find out more about business etiquette, different cultures and what they expect in the work place in terms of personal contact, greeting and scheduling appointments.

  • A Guide to a Teacher’s Salary in Vietnam

    If you're thinking of moving to Vietnam to teach, here's an idea of how much money you can expect to make with different teaching jobs.

  • Gratuity

    Employees who have been employed for more than one year are entitled to a severance cheque upon the termination of contract. Employers are not liable to pay severance to employees who are retiring or those that have been dismissed from their positions.

  • Jobs Etiquette

    Working in a different culture with different kinds of people often comes with its own code of practice. We've put together the most important rules of office etiquette that you shout abide by in a Vietnamese office environment.

  • Recruitment Companies

    Do you want to work in Vietnam? It is best to find a job before you move there, and recruitment companies are a great way of finding work. However, the more adventurous person can go to Vietnam first and get a feel for the place before looking for work. Either way a recruitment agency will help you find a great job.

  • Maternity Leave

    Vietnam has strict maternity leave policies that are enforced throughout the whole country. Maternity leave also includes leave for women who have suffered a miscarriage or who have terminated their pregnancy. It’s a little difficult to apply for maternity leave on any grounds by searching online as the form that are available are in the Vietnamese language only.

  • Labour Law

    The labour law in Vietnam applies to all employees, regardless of their nationality, and is there to protect the employee and ensure a fair and comfortable workplace. There are a multitude of procedures in place to protect the employee from losing their job and all employees can rely on the law to protect them.

  • Termination of Employment

    There are a number of ways in which a labour contract can be terminated in Vietnam. However, the country’s laws are very employee friendly so for an employer to terminate a contract, extenuating circumstances need to be proved. These circumstances include performance issues, prolonged illness, a force majeure event, or winding up of the company.

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