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The Structure of Trade Unions and Their Impact on Wage Management and Labor Security

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DOI: 10.23977/ICEMESS2023.042


Jiayi Sun, Xiaofan Gu, Tianzhu Gu, Xiuli Li

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Tianzhu Gu


The development of trade unions has made great progress with the increase of social attention, but can trade unions really provide labor protection for employees? This paper uses the 2016 CLDS questionnaire survey data to analyze in detail the construction and contribution of trade unions in Chinese enterprises. Through the collation of relevant literature, it is found that private and state-owned enterprises are more likely to establish trade unions, and foreign-funded enterprises are less likely to establish trade unions. Enterprise trade unions are organizations that voluntarily combine employees, and the role of China's trade unions is to maintain stability for the country, maintain order for enterprises, and safeguard the rights and interests of employees. Trade unions need to effectively coordinate labor-management relations, promote the cultural construction of enterprises, and trade unions protect the rights and interests of employees, mainly in actively helping employees to coordinate and communicate with enterprises when their rights and interests are violated.


Trade union, Labor security, Satisfaction

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