Xinhua News Agency, Kunming, February 25th (Reporter Lin Bifeng) According to the Yunnan Provincial Department of Human Resources and Social Security, the Department of Human Resources and Social Security of Yunnan Province on the 25th concentrated the organization of 1,363 migrant workers from Huize County, Qujing City, from Kunming Railway Station in batches. Departed for Zhejiang, Guangdong, Jiangsu and other places to return to work and resume work.
Xu Hongxian, director of the Human Resources and Social Affairs Bureau of Huize County, Yunnan Province, said that Huize is a major county for labor export, with 633,300 rural laborers. Since the resumption of work and resumption of production, Huize has strengthened its ties with Beijing, Shanghai, Guangdong, Fujian, Zhejiang, Jiangxi and other places of human and social departments, labor service agencies, and labor companies, and organized the orderly return of migrant workers.
The reporter learned that the local people's social affairs department provides rural laborers with full service before, during, and after transfer. Carry out organizational mobilization, job recommendation, skills training, employment guidance before transfer; implement temporary subsidy policy of "three exemptions and one supplement" during transfer, carry out "point-to-point, one-stop" direct transportation service, and fully promote the transfer of employment of rural labor; Relying on workstations abroad, timely track the situation of migrant workers to stabilize their positions, help them resolve labor disputes, safeguard their legitimate rights and interests, and provide legal assistance.
"One third of the migrant workers returning to work this time are poor households who have set up a file. The Human Resources Department provides them with free tickets, accommodation and meals." Xu Hongxian said that at present, Huize County is outside Qujing City. The number of migrant workers returning to work has reached more than 107,000, and a total of 2219 people were transported in 5 batches of provincial migrant workers.