The Status and Strategies of Income Distribution Regarding Frontline Employees: Liaoning Province, China serves as an Example

Yinglan JIN, Wenxiang ZHAO, Xin ZHAO

Abstract


The incomes of frontline employees are critical low and huge gaps of Income Distribution were found among companies and enterprises in Liaoning province. The main factors of this phenomenal are the absence of legal grounds, time lag of regulatory mechanism and incompetent state superintendence. In addition, the absence of collective consultation on salaries systems deprives employees’ right of discourse. Thus, more supervision and administration on income distribution, regular income increase mechanism, administrative guidelines of income and the establishment of collective consultation on salaries systems are expected from government to ensure the steady and equitable increase of frontline employees’ incomes.

Keywords


Frontline Employees; Income Distribution; Government Intervention

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/j.css.1923669720130904.2584

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