APFL Delivers Labour Law Seminar
Labour law is one of the most important areas of legislation foreign-invested and domestic enterprises alike need to understand to keep themselves and their companies compliant in Vietnam.
The new Labour Code 2019 entered into force on 1 January 2021 and includes several important changes compared to the previous legislation. Meanwhile, constant changes in labour regulations – introduced through implementing decrees and circulars – mean that enterprises need to continue refreshing their knowledge of this important legislation.
For this reason, earlier this month, APFL & Partners held a seminar on the labour law for one of our clients. Partner Antoine Logeay, Of Counsel Tran Trong Binh, and Senior Associate Pham Viet Anh prepared a bespoke presentation on the implications of the Labour Law.
Presented to 40 in-house HR professionals, the seminar covered:
- Relationships with individual employees: What rules need to be respected when hiring part-time workers? How can companies hire people for specific or seasonal jobs? What are the rules on overtime? And how should companies deal with disciplinary issues?
- Relationships with the collective labour force: Issues included employee representative organisations, the rights and responsibilities of those organisations and of employers, and prohibited conduct in the workplace.
- Data privacy and confidentiality: What are the rules around the data privacy of employees and how can these be protected?
The team at APFL & Partners continues to monitor the latest developments in labour and important legislative areas. For more information, or to request a bespoke presentation tailored to an enterprise’s specific needs, just contact us on: email@example.com