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New potential labor export markets:
At present, the potential labor export markets are increasing, apart from the familiar labor markets such as Taiwan, Japan, Algeria ... skilled Vietnamese workers can easily change their lives with very Many new labor market emerged.
Potential foreign export labor market
According to the Ministry of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs, foreign labor export markets are growing. Of the potential labor export markets in the recent past, the Middle East is showing signs of recovery after a period of recession. In addition, for countries in Africa and the Middle East, Vietnam will conclude ministry-level agreements in some areas with Angola and Saudi Arabia to facilitate the development of labor export for workers at Vietnam .
In addition, Taiwan's labor export market (China) has also started to develop as policies on foreign workers have begun to show signs of improvement.
South Korea is also one of the potential countries for Vietnamese workers wishing to work in the country, as information from MOLISA's memorandum of understanding specifically helps nearly 15,000 workers find a job. Korea in recent years. Workers who are allowed to work in Korea include: Labor passed the Korean exams in December 2011, May 2012 and August 2012, the poor district labor force to Korea registered Korean language examinations in August 2012 and labor on time. Particularly, over 2,700 workers in poor districts have registered for Korean language tests to go to Korea to work in the agricultural sector, will be supported to study again. According to Decision 71 of the Prime Minister.
In addition to these labor markets, Vietnam has also begun to promote cooperation arrangements that help Vietnamese workers export their labor abroad in Germany, Thailand, and Japan. In particular, Germany and Japan now have recruiting programs for nurses working with very high salaries.
Helping Vietnamese workers avoid risks when exporting to foreign countries
To limit the risks for both Vietnamese workers and enterprises and improve the quality of Vietnamese labor when exporting to foreign countries. Vietnam's Labor Code has been amended and more stringent. Foreign labor export companies in Vietnam will no longer be able to impose conditions in the contract, but must comply with the requirements of the Labor Code, according to Nguyen Ngoc Quynh, Director General of the Overseas Labor Management Department (MOLISA). standard conditions. A sample contract requires mention of a particular job, the name and address of the receiving company, the clear responsibilities of all parties and the procedures for settling disputes to protect migrant workers. in case of termination of contract. Employee benefits will also be guaranteed when basic working conditions are fully covered by the employment contract. Thus, the number of labor exporters will continue to increase but the quality will be improved. Currently, many companies in your country implement the contracting system so labor can maximize the productivity. Many businesses have more open working hours to help them earn more income.
According to the Overseas Labor Management Department, in the coming time, besides studying and developing new labor export markets in Europe, consolidating traditional markets, functional industries resolutely handle micro-enterprises It is necessary to rectify the activities of sending laborers to work abroad, in order to reduce the number of victims and deceive them, and reduce the expenses for the laborers. In addition, the Ministry of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs (MOLISA) continues to implement programs to support the export of labor from the national target program on employment and vocational training, from the Overseas Employment Assistance Fund and to encourage Enterprises investing in the construction of labor training centers before going to work overseas.