HANOI (ILO News) – The ILO in Viet Nam and the Viet Nam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) have launched a new project to promote compliance and social dialogue in electronics supply chains in the country.
The Bureau for Employers’ Activities (BEA) co-operated with International Labor Organization (ILO) in Vietnam to organize a seminar about Development of electronic supporting industry through enhancing quality of employment on May 10 in the Bac Ninh province, aiming to emphasize the discussion on issues, which related to the State, Trade Unions, business representatives as well as solutions in enhancing the quality of human resources for the electronic industry through education and vocational training.
Electronic industry is one of the industries with the highest level of global integration and poses many challenges in terms of social responsibility in labour.
Vietnam electronics industry mainly import components, processing, assembling and supplying to the domestic market.
Electronic industry is one of the industries with the highest growth rate and export turnover. The participation in the global supply chain of the electronics sector requires enterprises to improve their competitiveness, and improve their responsible labor activities for society
Social responsibility is one of the important criteria for assessing the ability of enterprises in the context of international economic integration.