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Saturday, December 3, 2022
Mass resignation in the public sector: causes and solutions Mass resignation in the public sector: causes and solutions
According to official statistics, some 40,000 public employees or 2 percent of the whole system’s payroll quit their jobs in the period from January 2020 to June 2022. The figures were approximately 16,400 in the education sector and 12,100 in the health sector. Mass resignation occurred mostly in localities with advantageous socio-economic conditions, especially those having large industrial parks and export processing zones like Ho Chi Minh City, Dong Nai, Hanoi, Binh Duong, Ba Ria-Vung Tau, Long An and Can Tho.
How to prevent and control health staff assaults? How to prevent and control health staff assaults?
Despite the rising assaults and violence against medical workers, most hospitals still lack necessary equipment and personnel to deal with unexpected security events. It is not to mention the fact that training to improve professional skills for health workers and security guards in conflict situations has neither been conducted regularly nor met requirements.
Personal data leaks on the rise: causes and remedies Personal data leaks on the rise: causes and remedies
At the ask-and-answer session on August 10 before the National Assembly Standing Committee, Minister of Public Security To Lam said the public security forces are investigating into a case of personal data leakage involving nearly one-third of the Vietnamese population.
Is it the right time to shape a new regulatory framework for the gold market? Is it the right time to shape a new regulatory framework for the gold market?
There have been times when the gap between domestic and global gold prices mounted to over VND 20 million per tael. It’s not to mention the difference in price between the Saigon Jewelry Company Limited (SJC)’s gold bullions and gold of other brands.
Limited-term apartment ownership: why and why not Limited-term apartment ownership: why and why not
The Ministry of Construction recently submitted to the Government a set of policy options for revision of the 2014 Housing Law of which the most controversy one is the idea of setting a definite term for apartment ownership.
Early exit from social insurance scheme: causes and remedies Early exit from social insurance scheme: causes and remedies
On the early morning of April 8, nearly a hundred people queued outside the Social Security Agency of Ho Chi Minh City’s Thu Duc city, some of them even showed up from 4a.m. They were waiting for their turn to file requests for lump-sum withdrawal payment from the social insurance fund.
Fixing legal loopholes to develop a sound corporate bond market Fixing legal loopholes to develop a sound corporate bond market
In early April, the domestic financial market wobbled as the State Securities Commission announced its decision to cancel nine issuances of corporate bonds by three companies under Tan Hoang Minh Group during the period from July 2021 to March 2022, with a total value exceeding VND 10 trillion (nearly USD 439 million), for disclosing false information and concealing information.
Raising overtime cap: pros and cons Raising overtime cap: pros and cons
The Government has recently submitted to the National Assembly Standing Committee a draft resolution on overtime work under which the monthly maximum number of extra working hours would rise to 72 from the current limit of 40.
Fatal child abuse case necessitates a stronger protection system for children Fatal child abuse case necessitates a stronger protection system for children
Vietnam's current law has so far identified acts of child abuse and at the same time devised penalties for violators. However, it seems not enough to guarantee the safety for children. According to experts, the alarming child abuse in the country is attributable to several causes, such as misconception of child discipline, social indifference of child violence, and light penalties for perpetrators.
Money laundering crimes on the rise: situation and solutions Money laundering crimes on the rise: situation and solutions
The number of criminal cases showing signs of money laundering in Vietnam is on a rapid increase, reaching over 11,000 cases per year on average. In some cases, the appropriated money amount mounts to trillions of Vietnam dong. Every day, the Anti-Money Laundering Department of the State Bank of Vietnam receives, analyzes and processes thousands of reports on suspicious transactions.

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