Lei Hoang is a mother of two, a blogger and a business entrepreneur. She spends most of her time in front of her laptop on weekdays, while dedicating her full time to her family on weekdays. She has survived many of life’s challenges as a full time working mom. She is simply practical in many ways, that’s why she was able to maintain harmony in her extraordinary life. She and her husband share their home sweet home in Ho Chi Minh City with their lovely kids. She enjoys web browsing and reading.
Under Vietnam’s regulations on social insurance, an employee may enjoy maternity regime in accordance with the law if they have paid compulsory social insurance contributions for at least six months within a year before giving birth.
Forced labor is a situation wherein a worker is coerced to do hard labor by exerting violence or intimidation, or by more elusive means like accumulated debt, holding of documents or other identity papers or threats of denunciation to immigration bodies in a country.
The country of Vietnam holds an extremely progressive national labor law which is specifically aimed to regulate working conditions. One of the major challenges is about ensuring that the labor law is being appropriately and properly implemented.