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#317  Apr 19, 2019    email version


Does the company need to pay work-related injury compensation if it wants to terminate the employees who violate the discipline?


An employee seriously violated the rules and regulations of the company six months after the occurrence of work-related injury. Does the company need to pay the one-time employment subsidy for disability to terminate the labor contract?

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