Non-Litigation Settlement Mechanism of Labor Disputes in China---- Examine and Review

Fengrong GUAN, Han WANG

Abstract


Labor disputes settlement in China follows a non-litigation mode which contains consultation, mediation and arbitration. This article gives explanations on basic theory of labor disputes settlement mechanism and analyzes problems existed in the current non-litigation settlement mechanism of labor disputes in order to help with the perfecting of the mechanism.

Key words: Labor disputes settlement; Non-litigation settlement mechanism of labor disputes; Problems


Keywords


Labor disputes settlement; Non-litigation settlement mechanism of labor disputes; Problems



DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2Fj.css.1923669720110706.118

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