Garment workers return to work after TET holidays in Vietnam


Most of the garment and textile firms in Vietnam have resumed their work after the workers have returned following TET holidays.

2019 saw the garment workers have longer TET holidays than previous years and unlike in the past, most of them have returned on time this year.

Considering the Day of the God of Wealth (14 February) is lucky, most of the companies decided to reopen their offices and factories on this day and interestingly saw lot of workers returning to work on that day.

Thanh Dat Trading Garment Company, the company that manufactures and exports apparels to US, EU and Japan, saw its workers come to the factory sharp at 7 AM – with full vigour and determination.

Expressing delight, the company’s director said that there were lots of orders in 2019 and therefore it would initiate to increase the income of its workers to around VND10 million per capita per month.

Similarly, over 100 workers of Loc Nhung Xanh Trading and Garment Company reached their work place much before time. “We have signed contracts till October 2019 and some orders are on the table. It is good to see workers back,” stated Nguyen Van Thang, Director, Loc Nhung Xanh Trading and Garment Company.

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