BEA

Co-operative Bureau of Employment and USAID for comprehensive growth

Doãn Giang April 6 2018 12:00AM GMT + 7

On April 6-7, 2018, in Hanoi, the Bureau for Employers' Activites (BEA) in collaboration with USAID (GIG) organized a workshop on cooperation between the BEA/VCCI and State Administration of the State for Comprehensive Growth Project of USAID.


Mr. Hoang Quang Phong - Vice President of Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry delivered the opening remarks

At the opening of the workshop, Mr. Hoang Quang Phong, Vice President of the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI), said that the State Administration of USAID (GIG) Electronic is extremely practical and practical. This portal links to the VCCI website and will be used to post information, documents, videos, compliance status, good practices and enforcement of international law and standards; surveys, research, etc. in the field of labor to provide the source and reference information for the employer, thereby raising the awareness of employers about labor issues and encouraging the application of good practices in the workplace.


Tran Thi Lan Anh, VCCI's deputy secretary general, said at the workshop

The same viewpoint, MSs. Tran Thi Lan Anh - VCCI Deputy Secretary General, Director General of BEA also said that the portal will update information related to the activities of BEA as information about the workshop, conferences and consultancy activities, training courses, and other content such as legal documents, best practices related to labor. This information will help raise awareness among employers about labor standards and standards in Vietnam and internationally, This promotes employers' compliance in the implementation of regulations as well as the promotion of a harmonious and sustainable working relationship in the workplace…


Conference scene

The seminar attracted the attention of businesses, agencies, associations, organizations. BEA's electronic portal will be the bridge between workers and employers in Vietnam. In addition, the portal provides the basis for the implementation and sharing of the results of online surveys in order to gather feedback and comments from stakeholders on labor issues and policies. Through questionnaires sent to businesses and business associations. The electronic portal will help to more effectively abide by the law, while creating conditions for law enforcement to help businesses operate effectively mitigate risk and enhance the competitiveness of the business, especially in the current global integration and supply chain.

                                                                          Doan Giang