Piyang’s Paid Leave on Pilot Program in Jiangsu Province Requires “Take a Break”

Piyang’s Paid Leave on Pilot Program in Jiangsu Province Requires “Take a Break”
Diesel Generator | Diesel Generator Price / 2012-05-22

Can you promote "paid leave"?
On May 18th, many mainstream media, including Xinhua News Agency, People's Daily, etc., gathered in Liyang, Jiangsu Province to pay attention to the "harmonious labor relations" of the leasing industry that was fully affirmed by the Ministry of Transport. In the interview, a newly introduced system in the city sparked heated discussions: From July 2nd, 720 taxi drivers in Xiangyang City took a two-month shift each month. During the vacation period, the company freed the driver’s daily “money”. And an additional 50 yuan per person per day for living expenses.
What everyone is concerned about is whether the “paid leave” of Columbia can be implemented in the end. Is it possible to promote it in a wider range?
The taxi driver has historically been “dare to rest” because it means not only not making money but also putting money back. And the increased back pain, cervical spondylosis, etc., is almost every driver can not escape the "fate." In order to better protect the rights of taxi drivers, on February 27 this year, the Ministry of Transport, the Ministry of Human Resources and the National Federation of Trade Unions jointly held a video conference call to standardize the labor relations of taxi companies, reasonably determine the contracting costs, and build harmonious labor. The long-term mechanism of the relationship. The Xiangyang taxi industry has been selected as a national pilot because of its advantages of good foundation for development and clear operating property rights.
Chen Botao, director of the Fuyang Traffic Bureau, told reporters that the Xiangyang taxi industry was formed in 1995. At present, the city has a total of 335 taxis, two rental car companies and 720 employees. Among the two companies, Fuyang Passenger Transport Co., Ltd. is a state-owned collective enterprise subordinate to the Transportation Bureau and has 255 taxis; the other is a private loading and unloading company with 80 taxis.
“We have long found that the taxi drivers’ fatigue driving and poor physical condition have changed the original physical examination once every two years to once a year.” Chen Botao said that in March of this year, they asked the passenger transport company to A questionnaire survey conducted by taxi drivers showed that 80% of the drivers chose to rest for two days a month.
In the end, the city's transportation department decided to implement a “paid off” type “paid leave” system for taxi drivers throughout the city. The general manager of the passenger transportation company, Qiang Weizhong, introduced the specific operation plan to the reporter: The labor union made a wheel stop for all pilots and discharged 24 rest vehicles every day. The driver of the rest day had to park the car in the designated area of ​​the company. Turn key.
In order not to affect the public’s “taking a taxi” to travel, the transportation department also required the passenger transportation company to purchase 24 new taxis and 48 drivers to make up for the vacant vacancies.
In Chen Botao’s view, the taxi industry must handle the balance between the interests of businesses, taxi drivers and passengers, and the government should be the “technical master” of balancing. The system of “paid leave” may on the face of it may harm the interests of the enterprise, but if it looks from a long-term perspective, it is actually a win-win situation for enterprises, drivers, passengers and even the government.
"Paid leave" will undoubtedly allow companies to reduce direct income. Qiang Weizhong calculated an account for the reporter, taking the average number of money for a car for 4,500 yuan a month as an example. The two drivers took a two-day break to lose 300 pieces of "money"; they also had to pay two days of living expenses. 200 yuan, such a car to reduce the cost of one month is 500 yuan. Their company has 255 cars, which will reduce income by 1.53 million a year. At the same time, starting next month, the company will spare 24 cars and 48 drivers. The purchase cost of a car is 110,000 yuan, which is 2.64 million.
However, Qiang Weizhong believes that it is "worthful": "Although companies have a little less income, but the driver can relax physically and mentally. He can drive better and reduce accidents when he goes to work, which is ultimately beneficial to enterprises. ”
So, is it possible that "paid leave" will be implemented throughout the province? Zhou Tingguang, deputy director of the Department of Transport of the Provincial Transport Department, admitted in an interview with reporters that “it is not possible at present.” Due to historical reasons, the nature of the taxi industry in various regions is diverse and complex. “Some of the vehicle ownership and management rights are corporate, and the driver and the enterprise establish labor relations; some vehicle property rights and operating rights are not corporate, vehicles are only affiliated with the company; while some vehicles are funded by the driver, However, the right to operate belongs to the enterprise and the two parties operate cooperatively; there are still many vehicles that cannot be clarified due to multiple rounds of hand movements, so it is very difficult to universally implement 'paid leave'.
Some people believe that the state-owned rental industry is an important prerequisite for Xiangyang to be able to deduct "paid leave." In this regard, Zhou Tien-kwong does not agree, he believes that the key to achieving multi-win-win situation is the level of industry management. For example, he said that Nanjing’s current taxi fare is determined on the basis of a monthly deduction of 4 days of rest days. The difference from Liyang is that it does not require “stopping the car”, but the driver’s right to rest is still not realized.
Next:Installation, use and regulation of marine diesel generator sets
Previous post:200,000 netizens wishing to have a terminally ill girl Lu Ruoqing

Sheet Pan

Aluminum Sheet Pan is ideal for baking multiple dishes. The Non-Stick Baking Sheet is ideal for all types of baking and cooking; perfect for baking jelly rolls, bars, cookies, one-sheet pan meals, roast vegetables or reheat leftovers. This ideal sheet pan is made of quality 3003 aluminum. This pan is PTFE/PFOA-free and provides a clear, non-stick, non-toxic baking surface for easy release.

Aluminum Pan ,Round Pizza Pan ,Pan Sheet Aluminum,Baking Pan Set