Following the amendment of labour dispatch rules in the Employment Contract Law in 2012, and the Interim Labour Dispatch Regulations that took effect in 2014, local governments have successively issued implementing rules for the amended labour dispatch legislation. Recently several new rules regarding labour dispatch were issued by local governments in Shanghai municipality, Shenzhen municipality and Anhui province.
On 31 December 2014, the Shanghai municipal labour bureau and Shanghai High People’s Court presented their opinions on applying the amended labour dispatch legislation. The opinions draw a line between the power of labour bureaus and the power of arbitration tribunals/people’s courts on regulating labour dispatch activities. More importantly, the opinions clarify some important issues as follows:
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