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The fresh Labour Code is burdening foreign employers in Vietnam with new insurance payments for part-time employees.
Bui Sy Loi, vice chairman of the National Assembly Committee of Social Affairs, speaks about opportunities to develop good relations between employers and employees.
The National Assembly (NA) yesterday morning voted on the amended labour code with changes to the national holidays and labour practices, after months of heated debate among workers, employers and experts.
The average working day for bank worker Pham Hong Nhung in Hanoi normally starts at 7am and ends at around 8pm.
With Vietnam’s low labour productivity and overtime, a proposal on reducing working hours in the latest draft amendments to the Labour Code – if adopted – could become a burden for the business community. Khoi Nguyen reports.