03 new policies on labor - wage effective from July 2022, Vietnam

LawNet would like to show to you new 03 policies on labor - wage effective from July 2022 as follows:

03 new policies on labor - wage effective from July 2022, Vietnam (Illustration)

1. Official statutory minimum wages from 1/7/2022, Vietnam

The regional statutory minimum wages is specified in Decree 38/2022/ND-CP, effective from July 1, 2022, Vietnam as follows:

- Region I: 22,500 VND/hour;

- Region II: 20,000 VND/hour;

- Region III: 17,500 VND/hour;

- Region IV: 15,600 VND/hour.

In addition, from July 1, 2022, the monthly regional statutory minimum wages will also increase compared to the current one as follows:

- Region I: VND 4,680,000/month (Currently VND 4,420,000/month)

- Region II: VND 4,160,000/month (Currently VND 3,920,000/month)

- Region III: VND 3,640,000/month (Currently VND 3,430,000/month)

- Region IV: 3,250,000 VND/month (Currently 3,070,000 VND/month)
 
2. Changes in regulations on reporting on labor dispatch from July 15, 2022, Vietnam

Decree 35/2022/ND-CP stipulating the management of Industrial and Economic zones has amendments to the regulations on reporting on labor dispatch in Decree 145/2020/ND-CP as follows:

Every 6 months and annually, the dispatching agency is responsible for:

- Report on the situation of labor dispatch services according to the form to the President of the People's Committee of the province, the Department of Labor, War Invalids and Social Affairs and the Management Board of the Industrial and Economic zones where the agency is located.

- Simultaneously report to the Department of Labor, War Invalids and Social Affairs and the Management Board ofIndustrial and Economic zones where the enterprise operates labor dispatch services on the situation of labor dispatch services in that area for cases in which the enterprise sub-leases to another province-level area to operate.

6-month report must be sent before June 20 and annual report must be sent before December 20

Decree 35/2022/ND-CP takes effect from July 15, 2022 and replaces Decree 82/2018/ND-CP.
 
3. Methods of supporting workers in extremely disadvantaged communes on coastal shoreline areas to work abroad

Circular 09/2022/TT-BLDTBXH providing guidance on implementation of several regulations on livelihood diversification, promotion of the model of poverty reduction and support for employees working abroad under contracts according to the national target program for sustainable poverty reduction during 2021 – 2025 period.

According to the Circular, funding methods for workers in poor districts in coastal shoreline areas to work abroad is as follows:

For support granted to employees from poor districts or extremely disadvantaged communes of alluvial, riverside, coastal areas and islands that go abroad to work:

When selecting employees from poor districts or extremely disadvantaged communes of alluvial, riverside, coastal areas and islands for overseas work, businesses or public service units shall cooperate with local authorities in charge of labor, war invalids and social affairs in offering them grants to work abroad under contracts through the mechanism for bidding and placement of orders with vocational, foreign language education institutions, businesses or public service providers sending employees to work abroad under contracts.

Enterprises and non-business organizations when recruiting workers in poor districts and communes with special difficulties in the lowlands, coastal areas and islands, coordinate with the local Labor - Invalids and Social Affairs agency to implement supporting workers to work abroad under contracts through the mechanism of bidding, placing orders with vocational and foreign language training institutions, enterprises, and non-business organizations sending workers to work abroad. outside the contract.

Where employees applying to work abroad by using services provided by businesses or public service units complete advanced courses in foreign language, occupational skills, and are qualified for going abroad to work, local authorities in charge of labor, war invalids and social affairs shall offer direct grants to employees. Businesses or public service units sending employees to work abroad under contracts shall assist them in providing all required documents and proofs to receive these grants.

- With respect to introduction and counseling of vacancies abroad under contracts to which employees and their relatives have access, regulatory authorities in charge of labor, war invalids and social affairs shall follow the instructions of the Ministry of Finance about management and utilization of state budget funding for implementation of national target program for sustainable poverty reduction in the 2021 – 2025 period.

- For support for training courses aimed at improving employees’ command of foreign language before being sent abroad to work under Agreements between the Government of Vietnam and the Governments of receiving countries, the Ministry of Labor, War Invalids and Social Affairs of Vietnam shall comply with law on bidding, order placement or task assignment.

Circular 09/2022/TT-BLDTBXH takes effect from July 11, 2022.

Diem My

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