The rights to enjoy benefit from social insurance of the femalelabor

From legal theory to practical application

https://doi.org/10.21744/lingcure.v6nS4.2096

Authors

  • Dao Mong Diep Ph.D, University of Law, Hue University, Vietnam
  • Nguyen Dao Mai Khanh Student, University of Law, Hue University, Vietnam
  • Dao The Dong MA, University of Science, Hue University, Vietnam

Keywords:

benefit, employee, female workers, social insurance, work injury

Abstract

Social insurance is the mainstay of the social security policy associated with the employee. The right to have social insurance is the basic and specific right associated with a female worker. This group right includes the right to enjoy the sickness benefit, maternity benefit, Work Injury, Occupational Disease Benefit, Old-age Benefit, Survivor’s Benefit, Medical Benefit (Health Insurance). The state has promulgated the Labor Code, the Law on Social Insurance, and other legal documents to create an implementation guide in order to build an effective legal corridor to protect the rights of female employees in enjoying social insurance. However, in reality, the right to enjoy social insurance of female employees is violated, and there is a gap between legal provisions and practical applications. This scientific paper evaluates the current status of legal provisions on the right to enjoy social insurance of female employees and the practical application of the law. From there, this paper proposes some solutions to improve the law on the right to enjoy social insurance of female employees.

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Published

2022-01-09

How to Cite

Diep, D. M., Khanh, N. D. M., & Dong, D. T. (2022). The rights to enjoy benefit from social insurance of the femalelabor: From legal theory to practical application. Linguistics and Culture Review, 6(S4), 114-125. https://doi.org/10.21744/lingcure.v6nS4.2096

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