The Ministry of Employment and Labor posted a post on its official Twitter account with the title "Song of overtime work to those who forgot to leave" and deleted it after controversy.



The Ministry of Employment and Labor posted on the official Naver blog today (28th), "If you have to work overtime anyway, delaying it will only delay the time!"

I posted a post with content such as "Let's get it done quickly while listening to overtime songs like energy boosters."



He also shared the post on his official Twitter account.



The 'Night Work Song' playlist recommended by the Ministry of Employment and Labor included a number of songs such as Heavenly City's 'Working all night', Hamchi's 'What if the day passes like this', and Lee Yi-kyung's 'Leave work with a knife'.



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▲ Recommended post on 'Night Work Song' posted on the blog of the Ministry of Employment and Labor


As soon as the post was published, online communities poured criticism that it was a mockery of workers, and the post on the official SNS was deleted about an hour after it was published.



Earlier, the Ministry of Employment and Labor held a briefing on the 'Labor Market Reform Promotion Direction' on the 23rd and decided to review the plan to allow the '52-hour week system' to be managed from 'weekly' to 'monthly' through labor-management agreement through the revision of the Labor Standards Act. said.



However, the next day, on the way to the Yongsan presidential office, President Yoon Seok-yeol remarked, "It was in the media this morning that I did not receive a report yesterday," and "(Regarding the 52-hour workweek reform) has not yet been announced as an official position of the government." It was made.



Afterwards, the presidential office explained, "The Ministry of Labor did not announce specific details, but announced the existing implementation plan and direction." I have one.



In response to the Ministry of Employment and Labor's 'overtime song' post, netizens commented, "Did the Ministry of Employment and Labor do anything unreasonable to promote the reform of the 52-hour work week?", "The Ministry of Employment and Labor tells us to forget the knife?", "The duty of the Ministry of Employment and Labor is to protect the rights and interests of workers. It should be," and so on.



(Photo=Ministry of Employment and Labor Official Twitter/Naver Blog)

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