Pham Van Anh


Vietnam is one of the countries with advanced female labor policies in the region as well as in the world. The Labor Code 2019 has 1 chapter with 11 separate articles stipulating policies for female employees such as employer responsibilities, regimes of maternity, sickness, employment, and gender equality. The Employment Law (2013) also details employment and policies related to employment for employees in general and female employees in particular. In recent years, the government and organizations have introduced many policies and measures to promote employment law enforcement for female workers in Viet Nam. However, the enforcement of employment laws for female workers in Vietnam still has many shortcomings such as the scarcity of resources and skills for education and training programs, the lack of pressure on enterprises that do not comply with policies to protect the rights of female workers. Therefore, it is necessary to improve the law to increase the ability to implement policies to support and enhance the rights of female workers. This article discusses the current situation of law enforcement and employment of female workers in Vietnam in a number of aspects and offers solutions to improve the law to promote the implementation of this content in practice.


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