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Woowa Bothers gets labor ministry award

From left, Prime Minister Kim Boo-kyum, Woowa Brothers CEO Kim Bom-jun and Employment and Labor Minister An Kyung-duk pose for a photo at the "Korea's Top 100 Companies in Job Creation 2021" ceremony.

From left, Prime Minister Kim Boo-kyum, Woowa Brothers CEO Kim Bom-jun and Employment and Labor Minister An Kyung-duk pose for a photo at the "Korea's Top 100 Companies in Job Creation 2021" ceremony.

 
Woowa Brothers, operator of the food delivery app Baedal Minjok, was given an award for creating jobs.  
 
“Korea’s Top 100 Companies in Job Creation 2021” are a set of awards from the Ministry of Employment and Labor to companies that created jobs and improved the quality of workplaces.  
 
Woowa Brothers received an award for creating jobs for young people, reducing work hours by two hours for pregnant employees and opening a daycare center for children of its workers.  
 
The ministry has been honoring the top 100 companies that contribute to creating more jobs and improving workplace environments since 2018.
 
Woowa Brothers was also given the award in 2018.
 
Other companies honored this year included KT&G.
 
 

BY JIN MIN-JI [jin.minji@joongang.co.kr]
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