In the past 5 years, the movement of patriotic emulation among the civil servants, workers (CS-W) in Phu Yen province has gained lots of positive achievements. In the talk with Phu Yen Newspaper as related to this issue, Mrs. Nguyen Thi Thu Van, provincial commissioner cum chairwoman of the provincial labor federation, let known: - In the past 5 years, with the care from leaders of the Provincial Party Committee, Vietnam general labor federation, the favorable conditions that are co-created by the governments, the province’s trade unions at all levels, basing on their functions and tasks, political responsibilities of the localities and units, have timely renovated both contents and forms, taking numerous measures to organize, direct the movement of patriotic emulations among the cadres, members and CS-W. The emulating movements have all been attached to the studying and following the moral example of Ho Chi Minh and implementing Order 23 of the standing board of the … [Read more...] about Civil servants and workers with the patriotic emulating movements
Civil servant benefits
Civil servants, officials, armed forces and workers in urban, who have been possessing resident land in accordance with the plan but facing difficulties in housing, not receiving any support from the State, will be provided preferential loans to build or repair houses. With the new regulation, Phu Yen people start to benefit from the house-support credit package of VND 30,000 billion. … [Read more...] about More opportunities for staff and civil servants not yet having houses
Civil servants benefit more from social insurance Thuy Trieu The current social insurance in Vietnam is having a big discrimination where military personnel and civil servants are having an advantage over workers from the private sector, according to labor experts. This is the main reason why the coverage is only 20% of the total labor force, especially the large percentage of evasion in the private sector. Carlos Galian, Social Protection specialist with the International Labor Organization (ILO) in Vietnam, talked to The Saigon Times Daily on the unequal benefits and related issues in the social insurance system. The Saigon Times Daily: Some people say that the State sector is benefiting more from social insurance because there exists a difference between the pension calculation ways for the State and private sectors. What do you think? - Carlos Galian: Inequality is a worrying feature of the Vietnamese pension system. Different workers are treated differently: military, civil … [Read more...] about Civil servants benefit more from social insurance
On the morning of April 28, the provincial Labor Federation held the 2008 meeting summation of the patriotic emulation movement among workers and civil servants and of the labor union activities. Simultaneously, it launched the 2009 emulation movement. The meeting was attended by Ms Bui Ngoc Thanh - Head of the Commission for People Mobilization Work of the provincial Party Committee, Ms Nguyen Thi Kim Lien - Chairwoman of the provincial Fatherland Front Committee, Mr. Dinh Quoc Thai - Vice chairman of the provincial People's Committee, Mr. Huynh Tan Kiet - Chairman of the provincial Labor Federation and the representatives of the Party committees, labor unions and staffs at grass-roots levels across the province. Ms Bui Ngoc Thanh - Head of the Commission for People Mobilization Work of the provincial Party Committee - awarded the certificates of merit of Vietnam Labor Federation to the collectives Over the past years, the patriotic emulation movement among Dong Nai province's … [Read more...] about The 2008 summation meeting of the patriotic emulation movement among workers and civil servants and of the labor union activities
With $1 billion, Vietnam can change its system of bureaucratic civil servants into a contingent of enthusiastic and qualified people, said a senior expert from the Central Institute for Economic Management (CIEM). The comprehensive administrative reform program was implemented in 2001-2010. During this period, the government's number of agencies reduced from 48 to 30, including 22 ministries and ministerial-level agencies. The number of departments felt by 28, but the number of general departments rose by 18 and the number of bureaus increased by 22. Le Viet Thai, head of the CIEM's Economic Institution Department, who chairs the research project entitled "Strategic vision on governmental institute and implementation roadmap", says that the administrative apparatus is cumbersome and ineffective because tasks and responsibility are not clearly defined. Thai tells Tien Phong Daily about the project. What does your group discover after researching the government apparatus? … [Read more...] about US$1 billion enough to renovate Vietnam’s civil servants?