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Textiles and garments and retail are massively recruiting staff after Tet

Avatar of Nick John By Nick John Dec22,2023 #recruiting #Textiles
Textiles and garments and retail are massively recruiting staff after Tet 3
Textiles and garments and retail are massively recruiting staff after Tet 3

`In just 2 days, I received 5 recruitment emails, of which nearly half belonged to a European retail group with many vacancies from employees to senior managers. While

Linh, an employee at a textile company in Linh Trung export processing zone, said that last year she had to busy looking for a new job in the textile industry, but this year before the Lunar New Year, she felt free to leave early because she had already targeted and applied.

`This year, not only Vietnamese but foreign enterprises have expanded their investment in the textile and garment industry, so recruitment is massive. Therefore, finding a suitable new job is relatively easy,` Linh shared.

The director of a textile company in Ho Chi Minh City is also concerned that the company’s human resources will be short of up to 20% after Tet.

Leaders of Vietnam Textile and Garment Group said that in 2015 this group is expected to need more than 3 million workers.

Mr. Pham Xuan Hong, Vice President of the Vietnam Textile and Apparel Association also said that this year Vietnam signed the TPP and joined the ASEAN Community (ACE), so the business environment is favorable but also fiercely competitive.

`The already short supply of high-level personnel is now even more lacking, while these resources are still not up to standard, while the salary to attract them to stay in the industry is not really attractive. Personnel after Tet has

According to a report by the Center for Human Resource Demand Forecasting and Labor Market Information in Ho Chi Minh City, the need for additional human resources in manufacturing and processing occupations will increase compared to the first 2 months of the year.

Mr. Tran Anh Tuan, Deputy Director of the center, said that in reality, labor in the textile industry still faces many barriers, especially in the Ho Chi Minh City area.

Forecasts of the Center for Human Resources also show that in the coming years, the labor market will develop in the direction of increasing quality requirements, qualifications and quantity limitations.

In addition to textiles and garments, in 2015, senior personnel in other industries such as finance-banking, real estate, and retail also had many strong changes.

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