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Close and synchronous control over labor export

(BGO) – Bac Giang has been recently a top leading locality among the Northern mountainous provinces in the number of labors exported. However, there arise many issues relating to the governmental control over the labor export.  

Over 20,000 people working abroad

According to the Department of Labor – Invalids and Social Affairs (DoLISA), more than 20,000 Bac Giang people are now working overseas with an average income of 18.5 million VND (800 USD) per month.

Close and synchronous control, labor export, Bac Giang province,  top leading locality, commercial banks, stable income, Employment Permit System

The trainees are instructed to complete the document of Korean test for labor export.

Since 2017, the province has over 10,000 labors working in several foreign countries with some 6 trillion VND (259.3 million USD) of the remittances sent via provincial commercial banks.

Thanks to the guest workers, many families escaped from the poverty and built spacious house. Several poor villages such as Tu Mai, Tan Lieu, Lao Ho (Yen Dung district), Tam Di, Dong Phu (Luc Nam district) long time ago now become “city in the village” with many villas and developed trading services.

After returning to the homeland, with the fluent foreign language and gained experiences, many guest workers found suitable jobs at the enterprises or launched their own businesses with stable income.

Strictly control

According to the DoLISA, as of August 2019, there were 2 businesses running labor export service in the province while 39 enterprises in other provinces visited Bac Giang province to implement the labor recruitment to work abroad.

However, the actual situation was not correct when the provincial Board of Culture and Society under the People’s Council inspected at Yen Dung, Hiep Hoa districts and Bac Giang city. There was a few inspection with loose handling of the violated cases.

As a locality with strong potential of human resources, Bac Giang is the destination for many enterprises working in labor export service.

Via two inspection of 25 businesses in 2017 and 2018, the DoLISA detected 12 out of 25 facilities violating the regulations on labor export advertisement, 8 out of 25 facilities failing to proceed the registration procedure to set up the representative office as legal regulation, which were admonished only. In many localities, the local statistic and management of labors were loose.

Though the status of Bac Giang’s illegal labors working in China and other countries reduced comparing to previous years, the province had 6,570 cases who were absent from the hometown in 2018 and 3,768 cases in the first six months in 2019 with a high suspect of illegally working in China.

As of early 2019, some 500 labors with expired contracts still stayed illegally in the Republic of Korea (RoK), making Bac Giang named in the black list of the provinces and cities in Vietnam without any criteria to export labor to the RoK under the Employment Permit System (including Luc Nam, Yen Dung and Lang Giang districts).

In order to solve the shortcoming in control over the labor export, the provincial People’s Committee has instructed to implement several solutions such as boosting the communication, declaring the list of violated guest workers on the communal broadcasting systems, sending thousands of letters to the families of the guest workers in RoK to remind them return home on time.

These solutions are necessary but not strong enough to alarm the labors. The state management authorities should work out more strict and synchronous measures relating to the labor export activities in the province.

Number of guest workers to Republic of Korea increase
(BGO) – The Department of Labor – Invalids and Social Affairs (DoLISA) in the northern province of Bac Giang has completed the health examination and received the application dossiers of 83 labors to Republic of Korea, mostly those passed the Korean language and practice test in 2019 for two fields of manufacturing and construction. 
Job opportunities for guest workers back from ROK and Japan
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Focusing on prevention of illegal guest worker
(BGO) – The competent forces in Luc Ngan district, Bac Giang province have recently detected nearly 2,000 labors illegally working abroad.  
Japan largest market for Vietnamese guest workers
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Bac Giang’s authority appeals guest workers in Korea to repatriate on time
(BGO) – The Department of Labor Invalids and Social Affairs (DoLISA) in Bac Giang province has recently coordinated with Department of Overseas Labor (DOL)  and Center of Overseas Labor (COL) (under Ministry of Labor  Invalids and Social Affairs) to organize a conference to appeal for the labors working in the Republic of Korea (RoK) under Employment Permit System (EPS) programme to repatriate on time. 

Lam Dung

Close and synchronous control, labor export, Bac Giang province, top leading locality, commercial banks, stable income, Employment Permit System
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