Workers at the CDL Precision Technology Vietnam at Bình Xuyên Industrial Zone in Vĩnh Phúc Province. — VNA/VNS Photo Nguyễn Thảo Bùi Sỹ Lợi, vice chairman of the National Assembly Committee of Social Affairs, speaks to Thời báo Kinh tế Việt Nam (Việt Nam Economics Times) about opportunities to develop good relations between employers and employees The revised Labour Code was passed by a majority of the votes, but there remain a number of disagreements about some of its articles. Do you have any comments on this? With 90.06 per cent in favour, the revised Labour Code was passed by the National Assembly. This approval rate was not surprising at all. It reflects the positive results of a long process of negotiations between employers, employees and trade unions. All provisions contained in the Labour Code have been thoroughly discussed by National Assembly deputies and agencies, including employers and the employees as well as the International Labour Organisation (ILO). The approval of the Labour Code was a long process of negotiation between employees and employers with their trade unions. The new Labour Code will come into force in 2021. What needs to be done to make it a reality? Right now we need a consensus from all parties about what… Read full this story
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