VCN - The Ministry of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs will survey at 2,000 businesses across the country to collect information on the labor situation and salary as a basis for proposing adjustments to regional minimum wages. 2023. The survey will be carried out from April 1, 2022 within 60 days.
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|150 enterprises in Hanoi, HCM City and Danang are surveyed. Photo: Huong Diu|
The survey will be conducted at 2,000 enterprises in 18 provinces and cities of 8 economic regions of the country with a large number of businesses and developed labor markets including: Red River Delta (Hanoi City, Hai Phong City, Hai Duong Province, Bac Ninh Province and Vinh Phuc Province); Northeast region (Quang Ninh); Northwest region (Hoa Binh); North Central Coast (Thanh Hoa, Nghe An); South Central Coast (Da Nang City, Khanh Hoa); Central Highlands (Dak Lak); Southeast (HCM City, Dong Nai, Binh Duong, Ba Ria - Vung Tau) and Mekong River Delta (Long An, Can Tho City).
Ha Noi city, HCM city and Danang have the largest number of surveyed enterprises with 150 businesses.
In addition to the production and business status of enterprises, the survey also implements a number of contents of the Labor Code on labor contracts and labor agreements. The Ministry of Labor, War Invalids and Social Affairs will survey the labor situation, wages of enterprises including: number and structure of employees, minimum wages, salary scale, wage regulations, levels salary in the enterprise, bonuses and other incomes, the payment and enjoyment of Social Insurance and Unemployment Insurance.
The surveyed enterprises belong to all four business groups in the economy and three groups of production and business, agriculture - forestry - fishery, industry - trade - services.
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