Reflections on the Overseas Labor Welfare Plan of Pakistan with the Overseas Workers Welfare Security of China

Yujia ZUO

Abstract


Under the background of globalization, the labor output has also been rapid development in China. In the case of labor export growing, the issues of rights protection of labor export populations have become increasingly prominent. Due to overseas labor involved many problems between the countries, the meantime China far there is no legal provisions about the labor output. Therefore, the overseas workers welfare security issues are particularly important in China. This article draws on the specific measures in the overseas labor welfare plan of Pakistan. It suggests the improvement on the system construction of overseas workers welfare security in China from four aspects, such as the formulation of overseas labor equity laws, overseas workers fund set up by government, etc..

Key words: Labor export; Labor welfare security; System construction


Keywords


Labor export; Labor welfare security; System construction

References


Muzi (1996). Pakistani’s Social Welfare. South Asian Studies Quarterly, 1, 64-66.
William Scott Smith (1995). Extraterritorial Application of Title VII and the Americans with Disabilities Act: Have Statute. WillTravel 36S. Tex. L.R ev., 191, 197-216.




DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2Fj.css.1923669720120806.9158

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