Headlines 23/06/2022 15:49 CH

Trained employees in Vietnam still receive 7% more than minimum wages

Thùy Trang

This is a content of Official Dispatch No. 2086/BLDTBXH-TLDLDVN dated June 17, 2022 implementing Decree No. 38/2022/ND-CP on minimum wages.

According to the Official Dispatch, Ministry of Labor, War Invalids and Social Affairs of Vietnam, Vietnam General Confederation of Labor requested the Presidents of the People’s Committees of provinces or central-affiliated cities to direct Department of Labor, War Invalids and Social Affairs to cooperate with representatives of employees and relevant authorities in instructing employers and employees in their provinces to implement Decree No. 38/2022/ND-CP on minimum wages.

Responsibilities of employers:

- Review agreements specified in employment contracts, collective agreements and regulations and rules of employers to revise accordingly;

- Do not cut overtime pay, night work pay, allowances in kind and other benefits as prescribed.

- Continue to implement terms in employment contracts, collective agreements or other legal agreements that are more beneficial to employees compared to regulations in Decree No. 38/2022/ND-CP (in which wages paid for trained employees are at least 7% higher than minimum wages), unless otherwise agreed by both parties.

Official Dispatch No. 2086/BLDTBXH-TLDLDVN has been promulgated on June 17, 2022.

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