Publication Date

2013

Abstract

[Excerpt] This publication provides an explanation of the comprehensive labour administration system in China, including its recent advances, with emphasis on its public services functions, such as public employment, labour inspection and social insurance services. With the recent improvements to both the legal framework and the institutions of labour administration, it is believed that these public services will play bigger and more active roles in ensuring compliance with legislation and protecting the legitimate rights and interests of employers and workers alike.

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Suggested Citation
Casale, G. & Zhu, C. (2013). Labour administration reforms in China. Geneva: International Labour Office.

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