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#374  Jul 03, 2020    email version


Is the one-off compensation agreement for work-related injury valid?


Is it reasonable for the employer to refuse to pay work-related injury benefits on the grounds that it has signed a one-off compensation agreement with the employee?

雇佣动态 / Employment Express
  • 江苏苏州:男职工可以申请育婴假

    Suzhou: Male employees may apply for parental leave


    Reportedly, the 27th meeting of the Standing Committee of the 16th National People’s Congress of Suzhou has recently approved the Regulations on the Protection of Women’s Rights and Interests in Suzhou. The Regulations clearly stipulate that if it is actually difficult for the family to nurse the baby under one year of age provided that the mother’s maternity leave expires, the father may enjoy the parental leave upon the approval by his employer.

  • 湖南:支持企业开展以工代训 按每人每月500元给予补贴

    Hu’nan: Encourage enterprises to implement work-based training by giving a subsidy of 500 yuan per capita per month


    Reportedly, Hunan has recently issued the Notice on Implementation of the Special Support Plan for Stabilizing and Expanding Posts of Enterprises, clarifying that if enterprises carry out work-based training in compliance with the Notice, they will be granted a monthly training subsidy of 500 yuan per capita after being approved by MOHRSS, and the maximum subsidy period will not exceed 6 months.

  • 拜腾:7月1日起停止运营 仅百名员工留岗值守

    Byton: Suspend operation from July 1, with only 100 employees retained


    According to recent media reports, Dai Lei, CEO of Byton, temporarily organized a conference call for all employees in China, at which it was decided to suspend operation in mainland China for 6 months, and the suspension will start from July 1. During the shutdown period, most employees in China will be awaiting job assignment, and less than 100 employees will remain on duty, with production and R&D staff accounting for 50%.

  • 特朗普:签令限制外籍人士工作签证

    Trump: Sign executive order to suspend work visas for certain foreigners


    According to foreign media reports, President Trump recently signed an executive order to suspend the issuance of certain worker visas by the end of 2020. The order applies to L-1 visas and H-1B visas. L-1 visas are used for US enterprises to transfer executives to the United States from positions abroad, while H-1B visas commonly used by skilled workers.

  • 1408元


    Reportedly, the Beijing municipal government recently issued the Notice on Application and Distribution of Staged Unemployment Subsidies and Temporary Living Allowances, which clearly stated that unemployment subsidies shall be paid to the eligible unemployed for up to six months, and the subsidy standard is 880 yuan/month or 1408 yuan/month based on their social insurance contribution period.

  • 9580元


    According to the data recently released by the Shanghai Municipal Bureau of Statistics, in 2019, the average salary of employees in urban non-private units in Shanghai is 149,377 yuan, while the average salary of employees in urban private units is 64,226 yuan. On a weighted-average basis, the average salary of employees in urban work units is 114,962 yuan, equating to an average monthly salary of 9,580 yuan.

  • 7839元


    According to the Employment Report of College Graduates in 2020 recently released by 58.com, the average monthly salary paid by enterprises is 7,839 yuan. Roughly 90% of graduates intend to obtain employment immediately and are willing to work overtime.

  • 1.5亿


    According to foreign media reports, Microsoft has recently said it will add 150 million dollars to its diversity and inclusion investment so as to double the number of black employees in senior and leadership positions at the company by 2025.

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