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#215  Mar 31, 2017    email version


Can the HR manager claim double pay on the ground of the absence of labor contract?


Now this employee claimed that the company didn’t sign a written labor contract with her, and asked for double pay on this ground. We want to know whether her request is legally tenable?

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