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Trade Union Organizing Free from Employers’ Interference: Evidence from Vietnam

By Trinh Ly Khanh

Abstract

In recent years, Vietnamese trade unions have made considerable strides in trade union organizing. However, studies show that workplace trade unions are generally dominated and controlled by employers. Increasing labor unrest, particularly in the private sector, reveals the failure of trade union organizing and operation in Vietnam. This article aims to provide a picture of trade union organizing as conducted by the communist Vietnamese trade union system in the private sector, particularly trade union organizing that is free from employers’ interference. It also examines whether the new legal framework may contribute to this form of trade union organizing in the near future

Topics: Party-led trade unions, trade union organizing, employers’ interference, anti-unionism, General Works, A
Publisher: Kyoto University
Year: 2014
OAI identifier: oai:doaj.org/article:dfce317a90034f658989fdc77b58e71c
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