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Bac Giang’s enterprises take care of employees’ life

Updated: 16:56, 24/03/2024
BAC GIANG - In 2024, factories in Bac Giang province need to recruit more than 100,000 labourers, mostly to work at electronics and garment industries. In order to retain skilled employees, attract new human resources, create cohesion and improve production efficiency, many business owners pay due attention to the material and spiritual rights of the workers.

According to the Department of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs, the whole province currently has more than 7,600 operating enterprises, creating stable jobs for about 306,200 people. The number of labourers working in industrial parks hit 190,300 people. The average income of employees at foreign-invested enterprises is 8-12 million VND per person per month while highly skilled workers earn 15-20 million VND per person per month.


Workers of Yamashita Vietnam Company Limtied during a shift break.

Along with income, many businesses pay due attention to improving working conditions, arranging mid-shift rest areas, supplementing nutritious meals for workers among others.


Breastfeeding mother workers of Nichirin Vietnam Company Limited are instructed to pump and preserve breast milk to raise healthy infants.


Nano Hightech Company Limited pays due attention to improving shift meals for workers.


Leaders of Samkwang Vina Company Limited in Quang Chau Industrial Park presents gifts to female workers on the occasion of Vietnamese Women’s Day October 20.


Intermax Vietnam Company Limited in Ngoc Van commune (Tan Yen district) has a spacious medical room to ensure employee health care.


For many years now, Bac Giang LGG Garment Corporation Joint Stock Company has offered fresh milk to workers on working days.


Luxshare – ICT Vietnam Company Limited in Van Trung industrial park arranges 10,000 free boarding rooms for workers.

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