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The document deals with a comparison between labor law in Vietnam and labor law in Singapore. Here also the results are discussed distinguishing between the two state laws through the derived method of investigation. The positive impact of both laws on employment in the workplace is provided. This issue argues that despite being a "developing country" with a middle income rate, Vietnam has more "job provisions" and cares for its employees more effectively. Recent labor law reforms are probably responsible for this. Vietnam has signed a series of "free contract agreements" that have forced the government to reform its labor regulations. In Singapore, on the other hand, the role of "EA" has changed dramatically over time. The researchers used a derived qualitative method to obtain the data. This allows researchers to quickly access large amounts of information. The researchers used various journals to conduct derived research. In addition, the assets of various government websites were assessed. By using peer-reviewed journals, researchers can maintain article integrity in these circumstances. Furthermore, dispositione resolution in both Vietnam and Singapore effectively empowers their employees systematically and strategically to meet international standards of late.

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Dr. Nguyen Binh An

Faculty of Law, Binh Duong University

Binh Duong province, Vietnam


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