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Online educators cleaned up, wage cheats blacklisted

2020-1-14 14:18

 

Several ministry-level departments, including those responsible for education, human resources and social security and poverty alleviation, responded recently to issues of public concern.

Policies to boost hometown startups

China will provide greater policy support for migrant workers, college graduates and veterans to start up businesses in their hometowns to boost employment, a guideline published on Thursday said.

The guideline, jointly issued by the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security, the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs, said the move is an important measure to realize the goal of rural vitalization and win the battle against poverty.

According to the guideline, eligible entrepreneurs will enjoy preferential policies in terms of tax and fees cuts and the arrangement of workplaces. They will also receive a one-time subsidy for their startup and a guaranteed loan with low interest rates.

For those unable to start businesses, local authorities should provide employment services and assistance, and social relief according to relevant regulations, the guideline said.

Ministry completes review of online trainers

China has finished scrutinizing 718 online businesses providing after-school training programs amid intensifying efforts to regulate the private education market, the Ministry of Education said on Wednesday.

Online training providers were asked to rectify their problems spotted in scrutiny of their operations, the MOE said.

The ministry, in joint efforts with five other central authorities, launched a campaign in July to check the operations, course content and teacher qualifications of online training businesses.

By the end of last year, education authorities had finished scrutiny of 3,463 courses and 115,622 teachers of the 718 online training course providers, the ministry said.

Provincial education authorities will release a blacklist of unqualified or poorly-run online training providers and suspend or shut down their services.

Blacklist of wage defaulters released

The fourth blacklist of 100 organizations and people who default on rural migrant workers' wages was released by the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security on Jan 7.

Wang Cheng, director of labor and social security inspection, said at a news conference in Beijing that punishments meted out by different departments had acted as strong deterrents to defaulting on wages.

The punishments of blacklisted organizations and individuals cover areas such as government financial support and procurement, production permission, market access and tax preferences.

The blacklisting takes into account two situations-the amount of deductions or unlawful default on rural migrant workers' wages that amount to a criminal conviction, and a default on wages that could cause mass disturbance and seriously affect society.

Heritage workshops aim for job creation

China will support the establishment of intangible cultural heritage workshops in the country's impoverished counties to create jobs and alleviate poverty, according to a notice published on Wednesday.

The notice, jointly issued by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism and the State Council Leading Group Office of Poverty Alleviation and Development, said the workshops will rely on one or several intangible cultural heritage programs that engage a large number of employees and enjoy great market potential.

Local authorities should take measures to properly manage the workshops, including promoting employment, providing training on traditional craftsmanship, developing quality products and increasing sales channels, it said.

Over the past year, the campaign of targeted poverty alleviation through promotion of intangible cultural heritage has yielded results nationwide.

Statistics showed that 2,310 such workshops have been set up across the country, including 393 in national-level poverty-stricken counties. The workshops have helped create 463,800 jobs and lifted 200,000 households out of poverty.

 

几个部级部门,包括负责教育、人力资源、社会保障和扶贫的部门,最近对公众关心的问题作出了反应。


扶持家乡创业的政策


周四发布的一份指导意见称,中国将为农民工、大学毕业生和退伍军人在家乡创业提供更大的政策支持,以促进就业。


这份由人力资源和社会保障部、财政部、农业农村部联合发布的指导意见称,此举是实现农村振兴目标、打赢脱贫攻坚战的重要举措。


根据该指导意见,符合条件的企业家将在税费减免和工作场所安排方面享受优惠政策。他们还将获得一次性创业补贴和低息担保贷款。


该意见指出,对于那些无法自主创业的人,地方政府应该根据相关规定提供就业服务和帮助,以及社会救济。


教育部完成对在线培训师的审核


教育部周三表示,随着加强对民办教育市场的监管,我国已完成对718家提供校外培训的在线企业的审查。


教育部表示,在线培训提供商被要求纠正在审查其运营过程中发现的问题。


今年7月,教育部与其他5个中央部门联合开展了一项活动,检查在线培训业务的运作、课程内容和教师资格。


教育部表示,到去年年底,教育部门已经完成了对718家在线培训课程提供商的3463门课程和115622名教师的审查。


省级教育部门将发布不合格或经营不善的网络培训供应商黑名单,并暂停或关闭它们的服务。


工资拖欠者黑名单公布


1月7日,人力资源和社会保障部公布了第四批100家拖欠农民工工资组织和个人的黑名单。


劳动和社会保障监察主任王成在北京的新闻发布会上表示,不同部门的处罚措施对拖欠工资起到了强大的威慑作用。


被列入黑名单的组织和个人受到的处罚包括政府财政支持和采购、生产许可、市场准入和税收优惠等方面。


黑名单将两种情况纳入考虑范围:一是拖欠农民工工资数额扣除或违法拖欠,构成犯罪;二是拖欠工资造成群体性骚乱,严重影响社会的。


遗产讲习班旨在创造就业机会


根据周三发布的一份通知,中国将支持在贫困县建立非物质文化遗产讲习班,以创造就业和减轻贫困。


这份由文化和旅游部和国务院扶贫开发领导小组办公室联合发布的通知称,这些讲习班将依靠一个或多个非物质文化遗产项目,这些项目拥有大量员工,具有巨大的市场潜力。


地方政府应采取措施妥善管理这些作坊,包括促进就业、提供传统工艺培训、开发优质产品和增加销售渠道。


一年来,全国非物质文化遗产精准扶贫取得成效。


统计数据显示,全国已建立此类作坊2310个,其中国家级贫困县393个。这些培训班帮助创造了46.38万个就业机会,使20万个家庭摆脱了贫困。

原作者: MO JINGXI 来自: china daily