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Better Work's launches Labour Law app in Vietnam
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Jun '16
Better Work Vietnam, a partnership programme between the International Labor Organization (ILO) and the International Finance Corporation (IFC), has launched a new Labour Law application for smartphone, to improve labour standards in the Vietnamese apparel industry.
 
Available in both English and Vietnamese, the app gives users' access to the 4th Edition of the Labour Law Guide, together with a range of other interesting features both for factory personnel and industry partners.
 
“The user-friendly interface and simple navigation allows users to search key information and skip between chapters of the Law, as well as bookmark and share articles of interest,” Better Work Vietnam said.
 
The app also contains an interactive quiz to test a person's knowledge of the law, as well as a 'Frequently Asked Questions' section featuring some of the most common legal questions asked by factories.
 
By bringing Vietnamese law to employers and workers' fingertips, the app will not only help factories to better understand the law and ensure compliance, but also educate outside users on the situation of factories and the compliance challenges faced in the industry.  
 
“We hope the app will be a valuable reference for factory managers, HR officers and compliance staff, as well as buyers and vendors with sourcing interests in Vietnam,” Better Vietnam said. (RKS)
 

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