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FDI enterprises fail to hold workers' meetings

Update: September, 03/2015 - 14:50

More than 80 per cent of the FDI enterprises in Dong Nai have not organised annual meetings of labourers, thus violating Resolution 60 of the government. — Photo

DONG NAI (VNS) — More than 80 per cent of Dong Nai Province's FDI enterprises have not organised annual meetings of labourers where they can speak to their employers about their aspirations and demands.

This has violated Resolution 60 of the government, Deputy Chairman of the southern Dong Nai Province's trade union Nguyen Thi Nhu Y said.

She said only 20 per cent of the FDI enterprises organised meetings of labourers every year, as requested by the resolution, while 100 per cent of the state enterprises respected the resolution.

The resolution, in force for two years , aims to build a stable and convivial relationship between the members of the enterprises, as well as promote democracy and protect workers' rights. It focuses on regular dialogue between the employer and the workers every three months, and an annual meeting of the workers.

However, many FDI enterprises do not understand the importance of these meetings and fail to respect the resolution, despite a promotion campaign by the provincial trade union.

Y said the state should penalise the enterprises that do not organise regular dialogues and conferences of workers, as requested by the resolution.—VNS

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