The Study of Sounding Mechanism for Both Coordinating Labor Relation and Suiting Dispute in Liaoning Province

Ying LIU


China strategy targets have been transformed from stable price, fully employment, growing economy and balance of payments to the three major targets of employment level, relation of labor and capital, and economic return. Therefore, to build labor relation in harmony is becoming important during the process of constructing harmonious society; however, there exists issues about legal system for labor out of specification, incomplete regulations and unsound coordinating mechanism for labor relation. To complete the mechanism of labor relation and dispute, and to build multi-level labor relation for macro, medium and micro, is the basic approach to coordinate under market economy and preserve the rights and interests for both sides as well, hence to ensure the harmonious development to labor relation and promote economy in fast way.

Key words: Liaoning province; Coordinating mechanism; Harmonious labor relation


Liaoning province; Coordinating mechanism; Harmonious labor relation



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