Many businesses in the southern region are unable to resume operations due to lack of human and financial resources. — Photo vov.vn Many businesses in the south have been allowed to reopen a few days ago but a worker shortage is preventing them from doing so. The owner of an organic rice production business in District 7, Tran Huu Tin, was happy when the city began to loosen social distancing requirements and allow businesses to resume. But after two weeks of trying to recruit and posting messages, he has not received any job applications, and he is now very worried. At the end of June four of his employees first tested positive for COVID-19, and a week later the number jumped 10-fold, and his business lost nearly half its workforce. Hiring has not been easy with the epidemic still raging. “People are very reluctant to go to work since they have to live on the premises and also fear the risk of COVID-19 infection,” he said. Le Xuan Tan, a director of Hanh Phuc Wood Co., Ltd. in Dong Nai Province, said hundreds of workers have fled the city because following the virus outbreak and his firm faces an enormous… Read full this story
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