Many people have incurred huge debts and become illegal workers in Japan after falling for false promises from education abroad consultancy companies. Many people became illegal workers in Japan (illustrative image) A 25-year-old man said he was introduced to study at Nakanihon Automotive College in Japan in 2016 by Song Hong International Cooperation and Training Company in Hanoi. He needed to pay VND220m (USD8,500) in fees but was promised a job with a monthly salary of VND45m. The company said he could save VND30m to send home and might be able to work at the college. However, after arriving in Japan, he had to do everything including dishwashing but he could only earn enough to pay daily expenses. As a result, he dropped out of the college to be able to work multiple jobs to pay debts and send money home. A year later, he was deported to Vietnam. Both the company and the college said they didn't have a responsibility to him because he worked more than was permitted. After he … [Read more...] about Fake Japan education consultancy leads to huge debts
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The travel firms attending ITB Berlin trade fair held in early March in Germany noted that many technology firms introduced new technologies to tour operators, from tour operation software and tourist agent software to booking and payment systems. Many seminars with topics related to tourism technology were held such as digital marketing, digitalization at destinations, effects of social media and the ways to cope with them. Panel speakers also talked about how to utilize AI to recognize clients’ demands. All the technological solutions suggested aim to attract more travelers and better serve them. “Those are the trends. Technology will be the ‘nucleus’ of the tourism industry,” said Nguyen Quoc Ky, CEO of Vietravel. With high technology and big data, service providers can know what travelers are doing, from the hotel room booking to the departure time. As they can access electronic information about clients, they can provide more suitable services. ITB … [Read more...] about Where will technology lead the tourism industry?
Viet Nam News HCM City -- There will be plenty of demand for technology talent and experienced senior professionals in the Vietnamese job market next year, according to the 2019 Salary Survey released recently by the UK-based Robert Walters. Adrien Bizouard, country manager of Robert Walters Việt Nam, said: “In 2018 we saw salaries begin to stabilise as the Việt Nam market matured and in 2019 job movers can expect an average increment of 15-25 per cent. “In all sectors, professionals who equip themselves with the relevant digital skills will find themselves well-positioned in the market.” In 2018, Việt Nam’s manufacturing and engineering sectors continued to enjoy growth, with both new entrants and existing players expanding. The establishment of Việt Nam’s first major local auto company has created numerous jobs in related businesses such as equipment and part manufacturing. Technology was another sector that experienced … [Read more...] about Robert Walters’ Salary Survey shows positive outlook for Việt Nam
For the past 10 to 15 years, leading companies like Intel, IBM, Samsung Display, Nokia, and Microsoft have chosen Vietnam for software outsourcing. However, software developers in Vietnam had no idea about the products they were working on, such as their final use and who they were being made for. Therefore, this work did not add much value to the local industry. However, it laid the foundation for Vietnam’s IT industry to grow steadily and emerge as a regional tech hub. Some even dubbed it the Silicon Valley of Asia, with automation, artificial intelligence (AI), deep learning, and machine learning reaching deep into Vietnamese society. IT is now one of the hottest industries in Vietnam. Thanks to new government policies to attract more IT businesses, many start-up companies from America, Europe and Australia, and some from neighbouring countries such as Singapore have set up software development centres in Vietnam. This has led to a significant increase in demand for … [Read more...] about Technology’s working: Overseas Vietnamese talent drawn by Industry 4.0 demands
Mitsuaki Shiogo, core-banking system implementation project director of Eximbank That is why the core-banking system is considered the nucleus of a bank’s information as well as other financial systems. The more effective the core banking system is, the more costs banks can save. Banks and financial institutions in Vietnam are in the process of upgrading or replacing their “core” system. Vietnam Export-Import Commercial Joint-Stock Bank (Eximbank), for instance has chosen the Infosys Finacle core-banking solution to replace its existing one. According to Mitsuaki Shiogo, core banking system implementation project director at Eximbank: “In the context of the robust development of information technology and growing demand for high-tech banking products and services among customers, Eximbank is required to select an appropriate technological solution for its own. Infosys’ Finacle core banking software solution has been chosen thanks to its … [Read more...] about Eximbank to apply infosys technology for enhanced risk management