Thursday, November 30, 2006

"The bills are expected to help narrow the gap on working conditions between regular and non-regular workers to a great extent"

The vicious fucks did it.

Non-regular workers, estimated at 8.5 million, account for almost half of the total workforce, the highest among OECD countries.

They receive no more than 60 percent of regular workers' wages doing roughly the same work, with no social security nets such as medical and unemployment insurance.

The sharp increase of contract workers, since the 1997-98 Asian financial crisis, is said to be the main culprit of economic polarization.

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