During the month of the Employment Harassment Act, more than 16 complaints were filed with the Ministry of Employment and Labor a day, 40 percent of which were harassment by verbal harassment.
The Ministry of Employment and Labor says 379 complaints were filed from the 16th of last month to the 16th of this month.
On a case by case basis, rants accounted for 40.1% with 152 cases, followed by unfair orders and unfair practices, with 28.2% and gossip and bullying at 11.9%.
By workplace size, complaints filed by workers belonging to workplaces with less than 50 employees accounted for 42%, followed by workplaces with more than 300 employees, followed by 26.9%.
The government is operating the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Support for Export Control in Japan to support the company's difficulties related to Japan's export regulations.
The on-site support team will hold one-on-one customized consultations and company briefing sessions focusing on key industries such as semiconductors, automobiles and general machinery from today (19th) to the end of October.
In one-on-one consultations, we provide comprehensive consultations to strengthen our overall export competitiveness as well as difficulties in Japanese export regulations in various aspects such as strategic material system, R & D, diversification of importing countries and finance.
Daelim Industrial has been fined over 700 million won for three years, revealing the fact that it did not pay or delay interest to more than 700 subcontractors or pro- vide contracts.
The Fair Trade Commission discovered that Daelim had committed unfair subcontracting activities and imposed a fine of 750 million won with a correction order.
The subcontract payments and delayed interest that were not paid by Daelim Industrial to 759 subcontractors, which were the victims, amounted to KRW 1,466 million.
Daelim said, “We have completed self-correction by paying all unpaid money, etc., and improved the electronic contract system such that the issuance of subcontracting agreements is not delayed.”
40% of workplace harassment is `` verbally. '' 379 received in a month
[Economics 365] An average of 16 complaints per day were filed with the Ministry of Employment and Labor a month during the month of the so-called 'No Harassment at Work Act', and 40% of them were harassed by verbal harassment.