THE ISSUE OF INFORMAL LABOR – EXPERIENCE IN SOME COUNTRIES
Keywords:labor, informal labor, policy
Informal labor is an indispensable part of labor in all economies despite different levels of development, nature and forms of expression. The article focuses on studying issues related to the informal labor characteristics of some countries and regions, especially the policies that these countries apply to increase the efficiency of the labor force, and minimize their limitations to the economy and social issues. European countries focus on salary and welfare aspects, and with governance adjustment, while other countries like China or India mainly carry out welfare support activities but there is no sustainable training and social protection system. These are valuable experiences that can be learned, applied and built on temporary and long-term solutions to the problem of informal labor in Vietnam these days.
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