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The Reforming Employers, the Suffering Employees and the New Definition of Social Responsibilities If your life, family and children have to be abandoned, then what is the point of the so-called justice you have gained so hard?We lament the fact that a 42-year-old employee of ZTE chose to end his life by jumping off a building. What actually happened in this man’s life that he should express his emotions in such an extreme way?To safeguard rights by making his suicide known, that was a way to draw attention. Some exclaimed how terrible the “midlife crisis” was by bringing so much depression ; some doubted whether it’s worthwhile to punishing villains by killing himself; some hinted that things could have been simply solved by money; some were being judging: why can’t employees accept consequences of the industrial downturn while they enjoy the fruits of industrial development?The era of...
The Dilemma and Solution of Layoff in China An inevitable result from economic slowdown and enterprise reform.The slow economic growth is one of the most popular global hotspots nowadays, spreading over all kinds of forums.In the recent 2016 Boao Forum for Asia, Premier of China, Li Keqiang mentioned several times of the challenges in the “new normality” of Chinese economy in his speech. “As the deep-seated structural problems have become more prominent, and the economy goes through transformation and upgrading, temporary problems have inevitably occurred.” Of course, challenges and opportunities coexist with each other. What comes with the domestic economic slowdown are the emergence and development of new technologies, industries and business models.To deal with capacity restructuring and economic-focus shifting, enterprises need ...
The Economic Well-being In the Eyes of a layoff Consultant The Economic Well-being in the Eyes of a “Company Downsizing” Consultant— Extract of An Exclusive Interview with Consultant Xing Guang of LABOURS by China Securities JournalIn China, layoff doesn’t simply mean terminating a labor contract the way Western countries usually do. Into the Chinese layoff multiple factors are embroiled, such as the restrictive power of laws, entangled human relations and debts left unpaid. A raft of complicated problems hidden behind the contractual relationship might surge up the instant a company indicates a termination of the contract. Sometimes they might come so fast, intense and wide that the company might be caught off guard.Last week, Mr. Xing Guang, Consultant of LABOURS, accepted an interview to Securities Market Weekly. During the interview, Mr. Xing ...
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