Made in Vietnam with Respect promotes ground-breaking perceptions and insights based on real-time and hypothesis-free workplace databases to influence decision-makers in labor and employment landscape in Vietnam, in the face of Vietnam's entry into global supply chains and and new-generation free trade agreements 

Giang Nguyen

Annual Advocacy on Labor Law Reform in Vietnam

2016-2017-2018-2019

From 2016 to present MIVR works with a variety of stakeholders in Vietnam to advocate for better labor laws & policies with a focus on fundamental labor rights, Collective Bargaining, Minimum/Living/Fair Wages, Overtime, Conflict Resolution, Inspection/Audit

Giang Nguyen

Analysis of Lalbor - Trade Linkages 

2018 - 2019

From 2018 to present MIVR delivers exclusive reports on why it is high time to act from below of the iceberg if Vietnam wants to genuinely link labor standards with business core practices & trade performance 

Phuong Nguyen

Gender-Enlightening Organisations

2017-2018-2019

Sexual harassment can only be ended when unfair labor/management practices are conquered. RespectVN's unique approach is to help organisations prioritise the genuine relationship between Anti Sexual Harassment policies and other relevant Labor Relations, Human Resources or Organisational Development policies (ASHW+) 

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LABOR RELATIONS IN ECONOMIC INTEGRATION

Respect Vietnam Founder Dang Thi Hai Ha's insights were featured in Tia Sang Magazine - an official voice of Vietnam Ministry of Technology & Science. The interview became the best read in the month.  

LINKING LABOR WITH TRADE

On 29 August 2018, in the USAID 3rd Learning Symposium on Monitoring and Evaluation in Vietnam, Respect Vietnam presented our exclusive report on why it is high time to act from below of the iceberg if Vietnam wants to genuinely link labor standards with business bottom lines.   

JOB VERSUS GIG IN INDUSTRY 4.0

Is Vietnamese workforce taking job or gig? To what extent does the working environment affect the employment relationship of Uber, Grab gigs? Is Vietnam ready for AI or robots or just doing well with Business Intelligence will make the labor market heathier?  

WORKPLACE CONFLICT COSTS

How much do workplace conflicts cost Vietnamese economy compared with those in the US? How many hours each day do Vietnamese workers and managers spend on handling conflicts at their workplaces? Is it high time to work on internal communication with technology offered by Industry 4.0? 

SWOT ANALYSIS

Existing Collective Bargaining Agreements (CBAs) have been perceived as mini-copies of Labor Code 2012. Most of employers and employees still do not understand why they need CBAs. Many are even completely unaware of CBAs. But why do some top labor experts in Vietnam believe CBAs are the best solution to tackle wildcat strikes and unfair labor practices? 

WHAT IS SOCIAL DIALOGUE?

Social Dialogue has been a popular term in a number of governmental cooperation projects in Vietnam. However it has been little known among workplace actors. Company managers know that they have to conduct a dialogue with their employees every three months. Yet why is it important and what benefits they grasp from Social Dialogue have been yet  a myth... 

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