Don't go into the cabin, don't have nucleic acid "passage"... Recently, a volunteer from Shanghai Fangcang said that he was infected with the new crown while working in the cabin, and after recovering, he was rejected because he had "passed the sun". .

Is it legal for companies to reject job applicants for this reason?


However, the recruitment market still discriminates against people who have recovered from COVID-19.

In addition to health, there are many invisible doors that stand in the way of job seekers.

"Don't for women", "Don't for over 35 years old", "Don't for non-211, 985"... These employment discriminations should be broken!

(Reporter Pang Wuji)

Responsible editor: [Li Ji]