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Writer Kim Heewon
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Subject Gangdong-gu publishes a guidebook to make it easier to understand the labor law.

Mr. Han, who lives in Gangdong-gu, Seoul, has been working at restaurant A for three months. When entering restaurant, A, he heard wages or working hours, but he did not write a labor contract. He said he would use it next time even if the employer asked him to write a labor contract because he entered the restaurant with the intention of learning hard at the thought of starting a business later. However, Mr. A recently came to think that he should write a labor contract to continue working here. The question is whether to write a labor contract three months ago or now, but there is no place to ask.

Gangdong-gu residents are expected to be able to relieve these concerns a little. The Kind Labor Law Guide for Gangdong-gu Residents (photo), published by Gangdong-gu on the 28th, contains various cases that may take place at work. The main contents of the labor law, which may help not only workers but also business operators, are grouped in the form of workbooks.

According to the guide, Han said, "When writing a labor contract later, it should be based on the date of preparation (today), and there is a working start date in the standard labor contract No. 1, so you can specify the date you started work." However, he added, "The start date of work is important in calculating severance pay, so you must remember it."

The district explained that this guide is a guideline that summarizes different labor law cases and information according to working conditions by age group, occupation, employment type, and life cycle. Reflecting regional characteristics, it carefully guides tailored to the region. For example, in the case of Myeongil-dong, where the proportion of youth population is high, it contains detailed working conditions that underage workers should know and what employers should pay attention to.

The guide also faithfully reflected the latest information, including new labor laws and changed systems, such as the establishment of wage statements and obligations, and put QR codes that connect to related websites throughout the book so that updated information can be continuously checked.

This guide can be distributed at the Gangdong-gu Labor Rights Center or the nearby Dong Community Center. It is also produced as an e-book, so you can download it from the website of Gangdong-gu Office or the Labor Rights Center.
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