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#424  Jul 02, 2021    email version


Can clock-in/out records on DingTalk serve as evidence of overtime?


Can the clock-in/out records on DingTalk, as one of the ways of attendance record, become evidence to decide whether an employee coincides with the circumstance of overtime?

雇佣动态 / Employment Express
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    Shenzhen: Adjust the contribution base and benefit payment base of medical insurance and maternity insurance in 2021


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