On May 13th, 2022, Mr. Ngo Duy Hieu – Vice President of Vietnam General Confederation of Labor, President of Vietnam Public Sector Union, and representatives from GIMO visited and handed out gifts to 50 workers in Chuong My and Thanh Oai District, Hanoi.
Mr. Ngo stressed that Labor Month is the time of the year when all of us show our appreciation towards the labor community and lend a helping hand to those in need.
He also thanked GIMO for its companionship and added that on-demand pay is instrumental in preventing high-interest payday loans that are preying upon vulnerable workers.
During the events, GIMO joined the Vietnam General Confederation of Labor in handing out 50 gifts of encouragement to less fortunate employees in Chuong My and Thanh Oai Districts.
During this year’s Labor Month, GIMO has actively engaged in a plethora of social activities hosted by the Vietnam General Confederation of Labor and other provincial confederations
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