Accordingly, those who have to pay insurance premiums for compulsory occupational accidents and occupational diseases are participants of compulsory social insurance, including employees who work for various places have paid social insurance premiums at other places
The monthly payment rate is 1% of the salary fund on which the social insurance premiums are based and it is only paid by employers; employees must not have to pay these insurance premiums
In reality, 26% currently paid to compulsory social insurance premiums (paid by employers) already covered 1% paid to insurance premiums for compulsory occupational accidents and occupational diseases, employers shall not additionally pay as new insurance premiums
However, employers must declare the additional payment of 1% paid to insurance premiums for compulsory occupational accidents and occupational diseases with regard to employees who work for various units and have paid social insurance premiums at other places. Every month, each employer shall make an individual list of these entities and make payment on the last day of each month
This guidance takes effect from July 01st, 2016.
Guidelines No. 1499/HD-TLĐ - The guidance on organization of workers’ meeting ( 21-Sep-2015) The document is to provide guidelines on the process for organization of workers’ meeting and the establishment of regulation on talks organized by enterprises in accordance with Decree No. 60/2013/ND-CP. Accordingly, the process for organization of workers’ meeting includes 4 basic steps: i/ Preparation for the workers’ meeting, ii/ Organization of the workers’ meetings at divisions, workshops or production teams, iii/ Organization of the corporate-level workers’ meetings, iv/ Implementation of the resolution of the workers’ meeting read more
The workers’ meeting should be annually organized in Quarter I so that the effect of the resolution of the workers’ meeting is promoted, the labor capacity is improved and enterprises’ business and production results are raised from the beginning of year. Particularly, for joint-stock companies, the workers’ meeting should be organized prior to the organization of general meeting of shareholders in order that suggestions from the workers’ meeting which must be decided by the owner shall be timely submitted and solved at the company’s general meeting of shareholders
Members for voting at the workers' meeting are elected by the executive board of the grassroots trade union basing on recommendations from the workers at divisions, workshops or production teams. Depending on scale and the number of workers of the enterprise, the executive board of the grassroots trade union can decide the quantity of elected participants which may be equivalent to 30% to 50% of total members of the executive board of the grassroots trade union
Regarding the establishment of regulation on talks organized by enterprises, in most cases, the regulation on talks are divided into 5 chapters, including Chapter I - General provisions, Chapter II - Periodical talks, Chapter III - Unscheduled and requested talks, Chapter IV - Taking actions against after-talk matters, Chapter V – Implementation.
Guidelines No. 258/HD-TLĐ - Attending to trade unions, laborers shall contribute 1% of salary ( 7-Mar-2014) According to the Guidance, members of trade union regardless of state owned enterprises or non-state enterprises shall pay monthly trade union dues at the rate of 1%. However, for state owned enterprises, the 1% of trade union dues is calculated upon salary paid practically (the salary has been deducted the amounts payable for social insurance, medical insurance, unemployment insurance, personal income tax); For non-state enterprises, the 1% of trade union dues is calculated upon the social insurance paid salary. read more
Particularly, enterprises face with special difficulties in production, business and incomes of members of trade unions are low, the 1% of trade union dues is calculated upon the basic wage level (it means the common minimum wage level which is 1,150,000 at present according to the Decree No. 66/2013/NĐ-CP).
This Guidance takes effect from the date of signing. The contribution level of trade union dues under this guidance has been applied since January 1st, 2014, replaces the Guidance No. 1803/HD-TLĐ dated November 29, 2013.