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Shenzhen Releases New Rule For Employee Benefits

According to "Several Rules on Using Non-full-time Employees" recently released by Shenzhen Municipal Labor and Social Security Bureau, work units must buy occupational safety insurance for their non-full-time employees and pay them no less than 300% of their salary if they are asked to work extra time during holidays.

"Several Rules on Using Non-full-time Employees", which is put into force on July 1, 2007, is only applicable to non-full-time workers, such as those who work for a company for no more than five hours a day, accumulate no more than 30 hours a week of work, and get paid on an hourly basis.

According to the rule, work units must pay a full amount of salary to non-full-time employees and the salary shall be no less than the local minimal salary standard. Non-full-time employees' salary can be paid hourly, daily, weekly or monthly.

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