Employer “freedom” is Employee Slavery

October 31, 2015 § Leave a comment

I call it “at-will slavery”. You can be fired for any reason or no reason. You are at-will.  The employer’s will. Corporate will. The Borg’s will. This is in the US, the country claiming to be the land of the free. Free of what or free to do what is never itemized.

In China the employer needs a reason to fire you.

Who is more “free” workers in the US or the PRC?

Who is more “free” employers in the US or the PRC?

“China is not an at-will employment jurisdiction; you need a good reason to fire someone. But China typically allows a probationary period where termination is considerably easier.”

 

http://www.chinalawblog.com/2015/10/eight-basic-rules-for-your-china-employment-contracts.html

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