The Research on Monitor & Law Enforcement Mechanism for Sound Labor Relation in Liaoning Province

Ying LIU

Abstract


According to the related data from the department of monitor & law enforcement in Liaoning Province and combining the current situation of enforcing law and the development of labor relation enforcement in China, this paper set forth the problems of rights linking and communicating within enforcement mechanism itself and between government and enterprises, made research and analysis on cause and put forward a serial resolutions in addressing these problems by using for reference from experiences of labor relation outside.

Key words: Labor relation; Monitor mechanism; The role of government; Enforcement mandatory; Labor union


Keywords


Labor relation; Monitor mechanism; The role of government; Enforcement mandatory; Labor union

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2Fj.sss.1923018420120302.2966

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