Over 96 percent of Hanoi workers return to work after Tet holiday

09:40 | 08/02/2022 Society

As of 10am on February 7th, or the first working day following the Tet (Lunar New Year) holiday, 90.24 percent of plants in Hanoi had resumed operations, and 96.13 percent of workers had returned to work, according to the Hanoi Federation of Labour.

Leaders of the Hanoi Federation of Labour visited and extended Tet wishes to workers on the first working day after Tet holiday - Photo: VNA

The federation set up groups to inspect working conditions and discipline in the capital city following Tet, the most important festival of Vietnamese when many people travelled to their hometowns.

In particular, Toto Vietnam Co., Ltd. arranged buses to carry workers to their hometowns prior to the traditional festival and pick them up as the holiday wrapped up.

Besides, firms set targets to follow COVID-19 prevention and control measures and stabilise production at the same time.

The Hanoi Housing Development and Investment Joint Stock Company (Handico) aims to earn VND9.3 trillion (410.3 million USD) in revenue this year and contribute VND1.03 trillion to the State budget.