Implement and Counter Plan of Labor Contract Law between Labor Dispatch and Outsourcing in Liaoning Province/LA MISE EN OEUVRE ET LE PLAN DE LA LOI CONTRE LE CONTRAT DE TRAVAIL ENTRE LE TRAVAIL ET L'EXTERNALISATION D'EXPEDITION DANS LA PROVINCE DU LIAONING

By Ying, Liu | Canadian Social Science, March 1, 2012 | Go to article overview

Implement and Counter Plan of Labor Contract Law between Labor Dispatch and Outsourcing in Liaoning Province/LA MISE EN OEUVRE ET LE PLAN DE LA LOI CONTRE LE CONTRAT DE TRAVAIL ENTRE LE TRAVAIL ET L'EXTERNALISATION D'EXPEDITION DANS LA PROVINCE DU LIAONING


Ying, Liu, Canadian Social Science


Abstract

The Labor Contract Law made a specific rule to labor dispatch and ended the past of it with no law to comply to. Aiming to labor abuses, no aptitude to labor dispatch, unclear duty and the problem of equal pay for equal work etc, this article made analyses and worked out the counter plans to above issues by combining related rules in Labor Contract Law to particular case in Liaoning province.

Key Words: Labor dispatch; Outsourcing; Labor Contract Law

Résumé

La loi du le contrat de travail a fait une règle spécifique à l'expédition du travail et a pris fin le passé de celui-ci avec aucune loi pour se conformer à. Visant à des abus du travail, pas d'aptitude à l'expédition du travail, le devoir clair et le problème du salaire égal pour un travail égal, etc, cet article fait une analyse et élaboré des plans contre les questions ci-dessus en combinant des règles liées à la loi le contrat de travail au cas particulier dans le Liaoning province.

Mots Clés: Travail d'expédition; L'externalisation; La loi du contrat de travail

1. DEFINITION TO LABOR DISPATCH AND OUTSOURCING

Definition to Labor Dispatch

Labor dispatch involves three sides: the unit or company of labor dispatched, unit with labor demand and labor dispatched. The realization of separation of labor owner and user gives the convenience to unit with labor used to recruit or dismiss staff according to supply and demand in labor market. The key feature to labor dispatch is the separation between labor employment and labor using. Rather than labor relation to labor user unit, labor dispatched are in the labor relation to dispatcher unit, which forms the special format of "executing labor service outside of labor relations".

Definition to Outsourcing

Enterprises would give the non core business to cocompany to complete in order to gain more advanced competitions than solely exploiting resources inside. In fact, carrying out outsourcing could execute outer forces on human resource management and the whole organization; thereby the operation efficiency would be improved largely accompanying with cost reduction in personnel administration, technique resource management and service all round.

2. RELATED LAWS AND REGULATIONS IN LABOR CONTRACT LAW

Clause 57 the labor dispatch unit shall be set up according to the law of cooperation with registered capital no less than five hundreds thousands RMB.

Clause 58 the labor dispatch unit is defined as employing unit and shall take the liability to employees. The labor contract made between labor dispatch unit and employee shall indicate, besides the clause 17 in this law, the employing unit, deadline of employing and working position description etc..

The labor dispatch unit shall make fixed term labor contract with labor dispatched and pay the payment to labor monthly. In the period of unemployment, the labor dispatch unit shall pay monthly payment to labor on the basis of minimum wage stated by local government.

Given the fact that the labor dispatch unit is employing unit in the sense of labor law, it is evident that the liability ruled by labor law, labor contract shall apply to the labor dispatch unit. Hence, the economic compensation shall be executed according to the clause 46 & 47 indicated in labor contract if there is any case of terminating the contract.

Clause 63 the dispatched labors enjoy the right of equal pay for equal work to employees in employing unit. With no same kind of job position in unit, the unit shall make the payment to labors by taking the reference of same or similar job position in other local units.

Clause 67 the employing unit shall not establish any labor dispatch units that send labors to it or its subordinate unit.

There is no provision to set the case of self-established labor dispatch unit in labor contract. This clause indicated that the employing unit or its subordinate unit or labor dispatch unit in join venture form is not allowed to establish the dispatch unit in this labor contract.

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