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#175  May 20, 2016    email version


How should enterprises handle the labor relations with the employees reaching the retirement age?


If employees reached the retirement age, but did not enjoy the endowment insurance or draw pensions, the relation between the employees and employers is still the labor relations.

雇佣动态 / Employment Express
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    Daily pay reaches RMB28.7M: Zuckerberg becomes the quickest money maker in history


    Calculated by CNBC, Zuckerberg earns US$4.4m every day on the average from when he was born, more than any person in the rich list of Forbes; by comparison, the world’s richest man Bill Gates aged 60 earns US$3.5m every day averagely; Amazon’s founder Jeff Bezos ranks third at US$3.3m.

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    MOHRSS: Cancel the certification and sealing link without legal basis


    On May 13, the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security issued a new regulation clarifying that various regions are not allowed to link the social insurance, professional title evaluation and other business with archive keeping and specifically put forward eight matters that should simplify programs and procedures. For example, people who have showed their original copies of educational background when looking for jobs no longer need the third-party certification.

  • 非私营单位员工年薪平均6万

    The annual salary for employees of non-private companies averages RMB60, 000


    According to the data released by the National Bureau of Statistics on May 13, the annual average salary of employees of urban non-private companies amounted to RMB62, 029 in 2015, increasing by RMB5, 669 as against that of 2014. Deducting the price factor, the annual average salary of employees of national urban non-private companies actually grew 8.5% in 2015.

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    This year, there are a total of 7.65m university graduates in China, hit a new high in history. According to the survey on 90, 000 fresh graduates, their entrepreneurial willingness declined substantially. Relative to earning money for the family, the post-90 generation is more eager to accomplish themselves through work. The new first-tier cities are gradually becoming their new favorite for employment.

  • 3.4%


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  • 8年


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