IMPACT – MEDIUM
What is the change? Vietnam has issued long-awaited guidance on the implementation of Decree 11 earlier this year that introduced new rules for foreign experts and employers.
What does the change mean? The guidance clarifies several important issues regarding foreign experts, intra-company transferees, 30-day work permit exemptions, change of workplace procedures, and quarterly reporting by companies on their foreign labor usage.
BAL Analysis: The circular provides important guidance and clarifications. Employers should contact their BAL professional for assistance in determining its impact in individual cases.
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