Research of Legal Issues of Employment Discrimination Against Female Migrant Workers

Shanshan FAN, Qingzhao SUN

Abstract


Since the reform and opening policy, the number of Chinese labors has been increasing for over 30 years, of which women labors take up a substantial percentage. Women labors have made great contribution to modernization of socialism, industrialization and urbanization. However, phenomena of employment discriminations to women labors still exist everywhere. Though in Labor Law, Employment Promotion Law many rules stipulate that people should not be kept away from discrimination because of gender or registration, in practice, defects that subjects and responsibilities and so on, are blurry, still confuse us a lot. Therefore, it is necessary to learn from other countries, with an advanced legal system of anti-employment discrimination, our current status need considering fully as well. Only through these can we provide a guarantee of women labor employment in the future, justice of employment order, in order to promote the construction of Socialism.


Keywords


Female migrant workers; Employment discrimination

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x

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