In 2013, a historic revision was made to the Labour Law in Vietnam, calling for the first time for worker/management committees in all enterprises. The new regulation covers all industries and will affect 8-10 millions workers. This case study explores the process by which the stakeholders in Vietnam analyzed different social dialogue mechanisms, and shows how Better Work Vietnam, and support from ILO’s Industrial Relations Project, contributed to the eventual outcome by modeling a successful example and providing critical expertise.
Case Study, Labour Law, Vietnam
Labour Law, Resources for Vietnam, Vietnam
Briefs, Labour Law
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