Better working conditions improve employee retention This enterprise specializes in manufacturing footwear for export to Europe. Its workers are constantly exposed to toxic glue and chemicals, but in recent years the company has introduced a host of solutions to improve workplace hygiene and safety. Hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, many enterprises were forced to suspend operations and reduce employee numbers. Disease prevention and control, together with ensuring working conditions, are what companies are now focusing on to encourage workers to stay. Ensuring workplace safety and the physical and mental health of employees plays a significant role in businesses resuming operations following the COVID-19 pandemic./ HCM City’s trading centres assess COVID-19 risks Supermarkets, shopping centres and traditional and wholesale markets in Ho Chi Minh City have assessed their COVID-19 infection risks through a set of evaluation indicators and have set safety measures to meet the city’s requirements. The city’s Steering Committee for COVID-19 Prevention and Control launched the assessment tool as part of a programme to help local businesses reopen. The city’s Department of Industry and Trade provided assessment guidance to people’s committees in all 24 districts and to management boards at wholesale markets, traditional markets, supermarkets and trading centres. The department also… Read full this story
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