S'estan mostrant les entrades d'aquesta data: juny, 2022

MQL participating at World Bank event in Ho Chi Minh City

 A delegation of MQL Sustainable Tourism Services had been attending an interesting event in Ho Chi Minh City organised by World Bank and International Finance Corporation. Along several presentations related to the "Ho Chi Minh City low carbon city program: from concept to action" there had been a good recall with many colleagues from IFC, circular economy among other industries, which help us to continue our "on the field action". As we are not know by too much theory and we are more action driven, such large supportive events are highly appreciated and the progress from experts exhibition are well received.

Mekong Tourism Event with participation of MQL Sustainable Tourism Services Founder

If you have few minutes free today 21/6 (3pm Thai-Vietnamese time) join us for a  #tourism  interactive Mekong tourism talk. https://lnkd.in/d-Y8sU8d Here your link for connecting with us, the list of experts and  #Mekong  related professionals surely can offer to you bette insights, ideas, potential  #solutions …we are all here working hard on improving the  #destination . Benefiting all, sharing  #skills  and  #knowledge . Inter-country input always positive, all players involved.  

Mekong delta improvement is key for Vietnam

Continue the constant support to the Mekong delta region and our MQL Sustainable Tourism Services development on the Southern Vietnamese area. We did meet with Vietnam National Administration of Tourism, provincial people's committees of different provinces, several Mekong-related experts and its always formative reports and research papers. Today had the chance to meet with university leaders who briefed on their positioning papers, real case scenarios and improvements on empowering leaders and farmers with agri-tourism and other studies ahead. Satisfied with the input from all public & private parties on the human resources actual needs, practical approach for the common benefit of the Mekong area and large eager-to-learn atmosphere of all interested people. The full circle completion will be the last week of June when we will be visiting on the spot the different provinces. Adding value to locations like Ca Mau, Bac Lieu, Soc Trang among others and its kind hearted people ou

Human Resources in Vietnam is finding issues not being able to provide enough manpower to several industries, from factories, to tourism-hospitality among many others.

Due to the complexities of the labor market, many companies in Vietnam rely primarily on outsourced providers when it comes to HR, particularly for advice related to recruitment, training, and payroll. In fact, many multinationals report that they would like to outsource more of their operational HR practices to a regional shared services function. But this option is not the solution to the problem if not only a temporary patch. Problems encountered as follows: + Lack of English skills (basic level detected but no fluency required to conduct business deals) + Lack of technical skills (limited experience & acknowledgement) + Reduced interest on moving to remote areas + City jobs attract over countryside positions Vietnam high turnover of personnel is a result of a no-care on career development and benefits in the past years. Even higher salaries and benefits are offered, money matter is not the only factor in what makes Vietnamese employees stay longer at a company. The result of an