HCMC 120,000 more people in HCMC to lose jobs due to Covid-19 The Saigon Times Thursday, Aug 13, 2020,12:49 (GMT+7) 120,000 more people in HCMC to lose jobs due to Covid-19The Saigon Times People look at the information board at a job fair in HCMC. Many people in the city have lost their jobs due to the Covid-19 pandemic – PHOTO: THANH HOA HCMC – Some 120,000 additional people from roughly 4,000 enterprises in HCMC hit hardest by the Covid-19 pandemic including tourism, hospitality, transport, construction, clothing and footwear are likely to be laid off until September, according to Le Minh Tan, director of the HCMC Department of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs. Some 54,000 workers from nearly 2,000 enterprises in the city lost their jobs in June and July, while the figure was 327,000 from March to May. Pham Van Tai, vice chairman of the Labor Union of Go Vap District, said Hue Phong Company in the district has planned to suspend some 1,600 employees from work on August 30. “The district’s Labor Union has worked with the Go Vap Social Insurance to buy household health insurance for 198 of their female workers who are pregnant and will give birth between September and… Read full this story
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