Courts vow to fight em­ployee dis­hon­esty

China Daily European Weekly - - News Digest -

Bei­jing courts vowed on Dec 3 to fight dis­hon­est be­hav­ior in em­ploy­ment dis­putes, aim­ing to up­hold jus­tice and help im­prove the re­la­tion­ship be­tween em­ploy­ers and em­ploy­ees. “As wit­nessed by a rise in la­bor cases in re­cent years, we’ve found more dis­putes were caused by dis­hon­est con­duct in job seek­ing or em­ploy­ment,” said Shan Guo­jun, chief judge of the No 1 Civil Divi­sion at the Bei­jing High Peo­ple’s Court. He added that such ir­reg­u­lar­i­ties must be pre­vented by rule of law. For ex­am­ple, some peo­ple were taken to court af­ter they cheated em­ploy­ers by fal­si­fy­ing re­sumes and ed­u­ca­tional cer­tifi­cates to ob­tain jobs or pro­mo­tions, while some were ac­cused by em­ploy­ers of breach­ing con­tracts, such as leak­ing busi­ness se­crets, Shan said.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from China

© PressReader. All rights reserved.