Central SOEs to boost recruitment of migrant workers

By MO JINGXI | China Daily | Updated: 2020-03-31 09:43
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Editor's note: Some ministry-level departments, including those responsible for State-owned assets, education, and public security, have responded recently to issues of public concern.

Staff members work at a Skyworth workshop in Guangzhou, South China's Guangdong province on Feb 10, 2020. [Photo/Xinhua]

More SOE jobs planned for migrant workers

China's centrally administrated State-owned enterprises must boost recruitment of migrant workers, the State Council's State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission said on Wednesday.

Online and offline methods should be used in a flexible way to recruit impoverished migrant workers, it said in a news release posted on its website.

The commission said it had surveyed poor counties designated for support by central SOEs to learn the detailed employment demands of impoverished laborers, including the industries and workplaces they prefer.

It said central SOEs must actively consider migrant workers' employment demands and make recruitment plans.

Labor-intensive companies in the construction, trade, manufacturing and service industries will be encouraged to provide more jobs for impoverished migrant workers, it said.

The commission said it will strengthen communication and coordination with government departments to guarantee the employment of newly hired migrant workers as work resumes around the country in accordance with local epidemic control requirements.

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