Int’l Labour Organization encourages restraint, dialogue to resolve Korea’s medical crisis

March 24, 2024

SEOUL — The International Labour Organization urged South Korea to resolve the ongoing dispute between the government and doctors through dialogue and refrain from violence or taking coercive measures, amid the continued standoff in the nation’s health care sector. “Individuals are advised to raise allegations and pass on relevant information to their workers’ or employers’ organisation,” it stated. 29, also known as the Forced Labor Convention, which bans any entity from using forced or compulsory labor. There are 40 medical schools across the country — 27 such institutions outside Greater Seoul, five in Incheon and Gyeonggi Province combined and eight in Seoul. Medical professors at major universities have also said that they would submit resignations en masse next week.

The source of this news is from Vietnam News

Featured Jobs