The Organizational Department of Taizhou Municipal Committee of Jiangsu
Province issued the No. 1 “Announcement of L
eading Cadres before assuming office” in 2019, announcing the information of 16 cadres who will be promoted and reused.
Some local people reported to the surging news that, according to the public information, a cadre
named “Kong Yuan” had participated in the work at the age of 13. This matter has also become a hot topic in Taizhou.
According to public information, a cadre named Kong Yuan took part in the work at the age of 13. Kong Yuan is currently the director of the
waterway management department of Taizhou City, and is proposed to be the Deputy cadre of the municipal units directly under Taizhou City.
According to public information, Kong Yuan, born in Xinghua, Jiangsu Province, was born in January 1963 and
worked in October 1976. According to this calculation, Kong Yuan took part in the work at the age of 13.
On January 12, Kong Yuan told Peng Mei News by telephone, “My resume is all right and can stand scrutiny.” He said
that, according to his understanding, no one had reported his problems before, and he did not pay
attention to the relevant public opinion. “Specific description is based on the Organizational Department of the
Municipal Committee”. Hang up the phone as soon as you finish.
In response to questions from the outside world, the Organizational Department of the Taizhou Municipal Committee responded in the early
morning of December 12 that “the organizational recognition of their working hours was in October 1976”.
The Organizational Department of the Taizhou Municipal Committee explained that Comrade Kong Yuan joined the Xinghua Acrobatic
Troupe in October 1976. According to the relevant documents, it is stipulated that
“when professional literary and artistic workers and athletes under th
e age of 16 are recruited by literary and artistic institutions, their working hours can be determined after approval by the
labour administrative departments at or above the county level.” “For other cases under the age of 16,
we should respect history, seek truth from facts, complete procedures and reasonable procedures, which can be
confirmed according to actual working hours.”
In the 28th round of the League match, Liaoning Men’s Basketball Team won 119-87 away to the North Control Men’s Basketball Team, winning 17 consecutive wins.
However, the focus of people’s attention is not the competition itself, but the “CBA first net red” Guo Allen sent the classic “coquettish” expression pack.
When the fourth quarter just played 7 seconds, Guo Allen held the ball in the midline position, Li Xiaoxu
came to do the block, Shulong was blocked, Zhang Minghao destroyed the ball when he shot and grabbed it.
But the referee gave the ball to the North Control Men’s Basketball Team. At this time, Guo Allen quit. He ran excitedly from the left side of the
venue to Guo Shiqiang standing on the right side of the venue and asked Guo Shiqiang to apply for video playback.
At this time, the score was 100-74. Liaoning Men’s Basketball Team completely crushed the opponent. Guo Allen was so excited. Guo
Shiqiang was reluctant to play back the video at first, because it was still early to the end of the game, and he still led by a big score.
Perhaps it is reluctant to see his old uncle, Guo Allen also pulled up Guo Shiqiang’s sleeve, like a spoiled child, Guo Shiqiang could not laugh or cry.
He and Guo Shiqiang were just like two parents who wanted candy children. They were ready to watch the
video playback with laughter. Finally, the referee awarded the weight of the ball to Liaoning Men’s Basketball Team.
Although the game was over, Guo Allen’s “coquettish” facial pack became popular. After the game, he wrote
on his personal social platform: “This is not a funny thing. Don’t laugh.
According to the Tianfu Morning Post, Zhou Dongping, a lawyer of Chengdu Taihe Tai Law Firm, said:
“According to the relevant provisions, the number of days of annual leave that
should not be taken can be compensated by three times the daily wage.”
About half of workers enjoy paid annual leave
As for holidays, there is a widely circulated saying: “Europeans work for better holidays, while Chinese people
spend their holidays for better work.”
As early as 1936, France established relevant laws and became the first
country in the world to establish a paid annual leave system.
Until 1995, the Chinese also had the same rights. The Labor Law, which was
formally implemented that year, stipulated that workers who worked
continuously for more than one year were entitled to paid annual leave.
By 2008, the Regulations on Annual Vacation with Pay for Employees were promulgated and implemented, which
stipulated the specific number of vacation days: if the cumulative work of employees has been completed for less than one year and less than 10 years, the
annual vacation time will be 5 days; if the work has been completed for less than 10
years and 20 years, the annual vacation
time will be 10 days; if the work has been completed for 20 years, the annual vacation time will be 15 days
Up to now, it has been more than ten years since the promulgation of the
Regulations on Annual Leave with Pay for Employees, but the implementation is not satisfactory. According to Nanfang.com:
Since 2012, Zhao Lihang has worked in a clothing factory in Baoding, Hebei
Province. During her six years of work, she has never heard of the term “paid annual vacation” or enjoyed this
treatment. “In our industry, overtime pay is enough. If there is no paid annual vacation, there will be no such thing.”
Xiao Huang, who works in Beijing Branch of a daily chemical company in Zhejiang Province, knows that the head
office stipulates paid annual leave, but the leave must be approved by the head of the branch company. The head of the
branch company usually does not approve the leave, so he has not asked for paid annual leave. According to his wife’s response: “The day after I gave birth, the
company urged him to go to work and asked for leave without approval, and then withheld 400 yuan.”
Survey data from several authoritative bodies confirm the above cases:
The annual survey conducted by the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Affairs in 60 cities shows that more than
half of the employees enjoy paid annual leave, and the proportion of those who take leave increases year by year. But in general, the implementation of paid
annual leave system is not ideal, there are still a considerable number of enterprises have not implemented paid annual leave.
A survey of 2552 workers conducted by the Tourism Research Center of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
showed that 40.1% of respondents said they did not have paid annual leave.
The Social Survey Center of China Youth Daily once conducted a social survey of
4,325 people. 50.4% of the respondents said that their units never took paid vacations.
The data also show that the implementation of paid annual leave is better mainly for Party and government
organs, institutions, large state-owned enterprises
and foreign-funded enterprises,
while private enterprises
and small and medium-sized
enterprises are relatively poor.