Building Labor Level In Management And Operation Of Water Works System In Hung Yen Province, Vietnam
The labor norm is a critical economic and technical norm in managing, exploiting, and protecting irrigation works. Labor norms are the basis for the units to arrange the use of labor in a reasonable way and the basis for the management levels to plan and take over the assigned public tasks. According to the Law on Irrigation and guiding documents, establishing norms is essential. However, only a few provinces in the country currently establish norms for grassroots irrigation organizations, including labor norms. In this article, the authors present approaches, methods, and research results to develop labor norms for managing and exploiting irrigation works by irrigation organizations in Hung Yen province. Yen managed, thereby drawing experiences for implementing this work in practice. The research results are lessons for the development and application of normative tools in management to improve the efficiency of irrigation works management and exploitation of grassroots irrigation organizations.