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VIVA BUSINESS CONSULTING là công ty tư vấn doanh nghiệp được tín nhiệm bởi hằng ngàn khách hàng danh tiếng từ năm 2006. VIVA cung cấp nền tảng quản lý toàn diện và nguồn lực thực thi theo cách kết hợp đồng thời của: Luật pháp và thủ tục hành chính trong kinh doanh – Quản lý thuế và kế toán – Quản trị quan hệ lao động – Quản trị tài chính doanh nghiệp – Quản trị và kiểm soát nội bộ. Năng lực của chúng tôi giúp khách hàng lường trước các rủi ro, tối ưu chi phí, kiến tạo lợi thế kinh doanh.

VIVA is a business consulting company, specializes in business compliance procedures according to local business laws and regulations since 2006. VIVA has been continuously trusted by thousands of well-known clients since 2006. We are creating added value for clients by offering one-stop business platform with exclusive and tailored-made services related to market entry and mandatory business compliances. We keep our client’s good standing in lawful and optimal manners whenever they are working and doing business in Vietnam.

Labor relations management

Labor relations are the relationships of rights and obligations between individuals or groups of employees and the employer. The management of labor relations is not only the management of wages and policies for employees but also the management of compliance procedures for government.

So, what is the compliance procedure in labor relations management? What are the internal labor regulations and what does the labor agreement include?

Some basic information below provides an overview of labor relations management in Vietnam.


  • Terminate a labor relationship: End the contracts, dismissals, liquidation…
  • Recruitment procedures: Principles, recruit notice, employee background…
  • Enter and implement a labor relationship: Attendance, payroll, performance…
  • Setting up labor relationship: Labor contract, labor declaration, PIT declaration…
  • Discipline and settle any dispute: Warning, collecting technical evidence, lawsuit cases…


  • Internal labor regulations are one of the most important contents of Labor relations management.
  • Internal labor regulations registration is compulsory for the units having 10 people or more.
  • Internal labor regulations represent the concretization of provisions of the Labor Code in each specific case of the company for violations of labor disciplines, in which, extent of the violation, form of discipline, responsibility for material and responsibility for compensation shall be considered and determined appropriately.
  • On one hand, the internal labor regulations guide employees to properly comply with and respect the common interests, and contribute to the development of corporate culture; on another hand, the internal labor regulations help to prevent acts of infringement, intentional sabotage, conflict of interest, and protect business secrets as well as legal rights and interests of employees.
  • Without any properly registered internal labor regulations, the employer cannot take any disciplinary actions and still has to fully pay salary and wage even if any employee fails to complete their works or intentionally cause damage, and so on.


Registration of collective labor agreement to clarify welfare policies and entitlement conditions of the labors. A labor agreement usually includes the following:

  • Job and job assurance: job assurance measures for employees; type of contract for each type of employment or type of work; cases of termination of employment contracts; policies on severance allowances, unemployment allowances, suspension allowances; improvement of skills, retraining upon any change in technique or organization-production; principles and time of temporary transfer of employees to other position.
  • Working time, rest time: regulations on length of working time during a day, a week; arrangement of shifts and break time appropriate to each type of job or work; weekends, holidays; annual leave including travel time; leave for personal business; principles and cases of working overtime.
  • Salary, wage, allowance, bonus: minimum salary or average salary (salary on monthly, daily or hourly basis); Salary scale and payroll applied in the company; measures to ensure actual salary, salary adjustment methods upon any fluctuation in market prices; salary payment principle (time-based salary, product-based salary or piece wage); principles of setting out and adjusting salary unit price; principles and conditions of raising salary grade; type of allowances; monthly payment of salary; payment for annual leave and travel cost; overtime salary; bonus (unplanned bonus, monthly bonus, year-end bonus, performance bonus, bonus deducted from profits) and bonus payment principles (rules may be attached).
  • Labor norms: principles and methods of norm establishment, trial application, promulgation, and change; type of norm applied to types of employment; medium and advanced norms applied in the company; measures applied to the cases not satisfying norm.
  • Occupational safety and health: measures to ensure occupational safety and health; standards and the provision of labor protection equipment; regulations on allowances in kind; measures to improve working conditions; compensation for work-related accidents, occupational diseases (rules may be attached).
  • Social insurance: regulations on obligations and interests of the employer and employees in contributing, collecting and paying social insurance.
  • And other contents related to labor relations management such as labor dispute resolution method; mid-shift meal; collective welfare; allowances in case of wedding or funeral, etc. under the new regulations taking effect from 2016 onwards.


  • Managing employee profiles.
  • Preparing employment contracts, internal rules and regulations on HR policy.
  • Making and submitting reports on employment and compensation such as taxes, insurance, union, etc. to state authorities.
  • Calculating compensation, payroll, pay-slip, analyzing salary fund and salary expense by department and position.
  • Working, on behalf of the employer, with employees, competent state agencies and other third parties.
  • Giving consultancy on comprehensive management of compliance procedures about labor relations management, optimizing the accounts payable, controlling, comparing, adjusting all problems arising to ensure the enterprise is always in a clear state, without any risks and hindrance incurred with state authorities.


  • Reassessing the organization chart and operational procedures.
  • Reassessing the regulations on organization and operation.
  • Reassessing the job description table system.
  • Reassessing the system of policies on employment and compensation, including internal rules and regulations on labor discipline, compensation and welfare policies, HR recruitment, training, development and utilization policies. Updating, anticipating and managing expenses incurred related to employment and compensation.
  • Salary fund, management of salary expenses and salary deductions.
  • Strictly complying with labor relations in accordance with applicable provisions of law.
  • Policy on information confidentiality, prevention of interest conflicts, code of conduct, etc.
  • Corporate culture.
  • Completing other documents and policies to meet the audit requirements of famous clients such as Li & Fung, Honda, Panasonic …



Who we are?

  • VIVA is a business consulting company, specializes in business compliance procedures according to local business laws and regulations since 2006. VIVA has been continuously trusted by thousands of well-known clients since 2006.
  • The insights and consistent backgrounds in Business Laws – Accounting and Corporate Finance – Tax Management – Labor Relations and Payroll – Secretarial services help us build trust and confidence in the entrepreneur's community.
  • We have been successfully providing service for thousands of leading companies from Hong Kong, Japan, US, EU, Singapore, India, China, Korea…. in forms of FDI companies, Foreign representative offices, Foreigners working in Vietnam, Vietnamese SMEs, Chief Operation Officers.

What we do

  • Services for Expats in Vietnam: Visa, Work Permit, Temporary residence card, Compulsory Insurances, Personal Income tax, Labor contracts, Employment Records and Relations, Other Secretarial Services.
  • Services for Representative offices in Vietnam: Establishment, extension of representative office licenses. Required compliance procedures during operation. Rights and obligations of the chief of representative office. Closure of representative office risks management.
  • Services for a company in Vietnam: Setting up a new company and licensing service. Business records management. Daily business transactions management. Tax management. Accounting and financial statements. Employments, payroll and compulsory insurances. Representative on behalf of competent state agencies for any business administration procedures.


Motivated by our core values of ceaseless improvement, our great insights in local business culture and regulations, as well as the exclusive services, promise to offer one-stop business platform with exclusive and tailored-made services that optimize every of your business in Vietnam in the lawful manner.

We are looking to be your valued business partner and resources in Vietnam as we have been being chosen since 2006.


VIVA not only manage business required procedures by laws but firstly places client’s compliance and good standing, in the optimal methods when offering any solution, and integrated with our intensive resources that allow us to prevent most of the risks in advance, create more benefits, advantages and business inspiration for entrepreneurs.

The insights and consistent backgrounds in Business Laws – Accounting and Corporate Finance – Tax Management – Labor Relations and Payroll – Serectarial and consistent with our exclusive standard operation processes, consisting of consultation – implementation – pratice operation help us fully protect client interests as one-stop solution.


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