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May an employer assign more workload to nursing mothers?


If an employee assumes work after her maternity leave, may her company increase additional workload from the original basis?

雇佣动态 / Employment Express
  • 安徽:扩大就业见习对象范围 提高就业见习补助标准

    Anhui: Expanding the Scope of Employment Probation Target and Raising the Subsidy Standard for Employment Probation


    According to recent media reports, the Human Resources and Social Security Department of Anhui Province issued a notice the other day. According to the notice, the scope of employment probation targets would be extended from college graduates unemployed within 2 years of graduation to unemployed youths aged 16-24. The basic living allowance standard for probationers offered by practice companies will rise from not less than 1,600 yuan per person per month to not less than 2,000 yuan per person per month.

  • 小米:奖励457名员工3亿港元股票

    Xiaomi: To reward 457 employees with HK$ 300 million stock


    Recently, Xiaomi Group reportedly announced its decision to award a total of 34.99 million shares to 457 employees under the Share Incentive Scheme. It is reported that Xiaomi Group announced that the closing price on the day was HK$ 8.65. Based on this calculation, 34.99 million shares are worth a total of HK$ 303 million, with per capita share of about HK$ 662,300.

  • 优衣库创始人:公司高管层女性要占一半以上

    Founder of Uniqlo: Women to account for more than half of the company’s top executives


    According to foreign media reports, Tadashi Yanai, the retiring founder of Fast Retailing, the parent company of Uniqlo, said he hoped that his successor would be a woman. "This job is more suitable for women. They are tenacious, meticulous, and have aesthetic sense.” In addition, he also hoped to increase the proportion of women in the company’s top management to more than a half.

  • 法国:推进男女同工同酬 未达标企业需缴纳罚金

    France: To advocate equal pay for equal work irrespective of sex, penalty on non-conforming enterprises

    近日,据媒体报道, 9月起,员工在250至1000人的法国中型企业须发布性别平等指数报告。指数超过75分(满分为100分)可认定合格。低于75分则要在三年之内扭转不平等问题,若逾时仍不达标,需缴纳占总薪酬1%的罚金。

    According to recent media reports, medium-sized enterprises in France with 250 to 1,000 employees are required to issue gender parity index reports from September onwards. An index exceeding 75 scores (out of 100) can be considered satisfying. In case of below 75 scores, the inequality problem will be meliorated within three years. If it still fails to meet the standard after the deadline, a penalty of 1% of the total compensation will have to be paid.

  • 1810元


    Recently, according to media reports, the Human Resources and Social Security Department of Liaoning Province has made it clear that starting from November 1, the minimum wage standard in Liaoning will be raised, with the first-grade standard being 1,810 yuan, the second-grade standard being 1,610 yuan, the third-grade standard being 1,480 yuan, and the fourth-grade standard being 1300 yuan.

  • 8000


    Recently, according to media reports, Evergrande’s Global Research Institute for New Energy Vehicles has started global recruitment and plans to recruit 8,000 world-class experts and technical elites in NEV sector. Such talent will work in nine countries including China, Sweden, Germany, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Austria, Italy, Japan and South Korea.

  • 9032元

    近日,据媒体报道, BOSS直聘发布《电竞行业人才趋势观察》,报告称,2019年上半年,电竞行业主要岗位的平均招聘月薪达9032元,比全行业整体平均招聘薪资高出12.5%。

    Recently, according to media reports, zhipin.com released Observation on Talent Trend in Electronic Sports Industry. The report suggests that in the first half of 2019, the average monthly pay for major positions in the electronic sports industry reached 9,032 yuan, 12.5% higher than the average pay of all industries.

  • 45%


    Recently, a study based on data from the U.S. Census Bureau reportedly shows that 45% of women at the prime working ages of 25 to 44 in the United States will be single by 2030, rising from 41% in 2018 to an all-time high.

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