When enterprises and workers in Shanghai’s Jing’an District have any questions about collective bargaining or seek help in this regard, they can make a phone call or just visit Jia Hongxiang in his office to get professional guidance and assistance.
Ninety two working mothers in Dalian Pactera Technology International Ltd. In northeast China’s Liaoning province received a gift on Mother’s Day—their company had decided to build a caring lodge for them.
The first ever collective wage bargaining work station in Shanghai, the Lao Jia work station, was officially established within the Jing’an District Federation of Trade Unions.
The Ningbo Municipal Federation of Trade Unions is working to refine the management of collective wage bargaining at the enterprise level.
In the first half of 2015, the Anhui Provincial Federation of Trade Unions issued its “Notice on skills training projects for employment promotion and skills improvement”.
The Dazhou Municipal Trade Union Federation in Sichuan province is making greater efforts to step up collective bargaining so that wages in different regions and industries can be decided on by workers through consultation with employers.
The Guangdong Provincial Trade Union Federation will set up 30 wage monitoring centers around the province so as to provide a basis for adjusting minimum wage standards.
Recently the ACFTU has rolled out a three-year plan(2014-2016) for building a team of lawyers.
The tripartite committee of Wujiang district has conducted a joint review of collective bargaining.
the year 2015 marks the tenth anniversary of the Jiangsu Collective Contract Rules being promulgated.
With assistance from growing numbers of legal service volunteers, Chinese trade unions have made great efforts to provide legal aid and rights protection services to workers.
ACFTU has issued a circular, calling on trade unions around the country to step up inspections, uncover and report to the authorities violations against the law in a timely manner in order to safeguard workers’ rights.
The China Employee Benefits Index (CEBI) is the first index of employee social protection in China.
The complicated working environment presents great obstacles for officials and activists of trade unions.
Trade unions should strive within the legal framework for rights and benefits both for workers and themselves.
Over the past year, trade unions across China have done their utmost to uphold migrant workers’ rights, scoring substantial achievements.
An employer who maliciously defaulted on workers’ wages were sentenced to two and a half years in prison and a fine of up to 50,000 yuan.
Sichuan Trade Union Federation opened a hotline besides offering legal aid on its micro blog.
In 1953, China established a retirement pension system for enterprise employees.