After a year of observation, it was found that due to the unclear development policy of my country's incentives and support for cooperative undertakings, private enterprises and public opinion representatives had a great misunderstanding of the meaning of cooperative undertakings. Just earrings don't bomb Syrian women's handmade earrings Photo Credit: WebMD If private enterprises are worried that cooperatives will become competitors in their market, and question such a business system, I personally feel that there is a reason for this. After all, in the capital market, what management is worried about is the structural change in labor conditions, which will increase its costs and affect its interests. However, representatives of public opinion and even legislators, as public servants of the people, are not properly identified and discussed with correct legal facts.
It is completely unreasonable to cooperate in popular database the cause of cooperation and assist the government to solve the deficiencies of its legal system; more seriously, it openly questioned the labor conditions of labor cooperatives in a logical and cognitively wrong way. For example, some legislators have questioned that the working conditions of labor cooperatives do not meet the norms of the "Labor Standards Law", but as a legislator, they have not found that the problem encountered by cooperative enterprises in terms of institutional support is the current "Labor Standards Law".
It cannot be used as a reference standard for regulating the working conditions of labor cooperatives - the basis of the "Labor Base Law" is to improve labor-management relations and protect labor rights and interests, but for non-traditional labor-management relations cooperative enterprises, this fundamental problem has no corresponding source of law. The administrative norm has insufficient basis, but chooses to blame the victim, whether it is rational ignorance or willing to be the spokesperson of private enterprises? Worth pondering. Joint operation is not an "labor-management relationship", how can it be compared with the provisions of the "Labor Base Law"? Article 1 of the "Cooperative Society Law" states: