Research of Overwork Problem on Simple Laborers From the Visual of Compensation Management

Huamao Tang, Zhengwei JIN

Abstract


With the development of the economy and society, the problem of overwork in China becomes more and more prominent. This paper puts overwork problem under the prospect of enterprise management. Then provides some suggestions which based on combing overwork theory and compensation management theory, according to the characteristics and current status of simple laborers, with the visual of compensation management.


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Overwork; Simple laborers; Compensation management

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/8718

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