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#11  Dec 21, 2012    email version


How to Identify Significant Changes in Objective Circumstances?


Article 26 of the Labor Law and Article 40 of the Labor Contract Law both stated that should the objective circumstances under the labor contract have been changed, the employing unit may dissolute the labor contract accordingly. So, how to identify “changes of objective circumstances under the labor contract”?

  • 销售人员业绩不达标,公司能否将其解雇?
  • Whether the Employer can fire the sales person who does not achieve his performance target?
  • 试用期后,销售人员业绩达不到销售管理制度以及员工确认的销售目标责任书,公司能否依据销售管理制度中“若连续三个月业绩不达标,公司将给予解除劳动合同处理并不予补偿”的规定与该员工解除劳动合同?
  • After the probation period, if the sales person fails to comply with the sales management rules or to achieve the sales target as confirmed by him, is the employer entitled to terminate the labor contract with the employee in accordance with the sales management rules which states that "the Employer is entitled to terminate the labor contract without any compensation if the employee fails to achieve the performance target for three consecutive months”?
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