Unionists vs. the union: letters from the July 20th Incident in Pingshan

Unionists vs. the union: letters from the July 20th Incident in Pingshan

Over the past week, activist and leftist corners Chinese social media have again exploded in courageous demonstrations of solidarity for a group of workers and their supporters being persecuted by the twin hands of capital and the local state, this time in Pingshan District, Shenzhen. There, at an industrial equipment plant owned by Jasic Technology, a group of workers had begun organizing an enterprise-level union in June. Although they say the district-level branch of the ACFTU (All-China Federation of Trade Unions) had granted them permission to do this and they had acted according to instructions, on July 12th two officials from the branch came to the plant and, together with Jasic managers, accused the organizers of illegal union activity. Over the following week, three of the unionist workers were physically assaulted inside the plant by company thugs and eventually fired. On July 20th, the fired workers tried to go into work anyway but were assaulted first by plant security and then by police, who took them into custody. About twenty other workers and outside supporters went to the police station to protest, and they too were assaulted by the police and taken into custody. This has become known as “the July 20th Pingshan Incident.”

Over the following ten days, in addition to an explosion of online support (apparently more broad-based and faster growing than recent comparable campaigns), dozens of supporters came in person to Pingshan from throughout the region. These included Shen Mengyu, the university graduate who worked on an assembly line at an auto parts plant in Guangzhou for three years until she was recently fired for trying to use the existing union there for collective bargaining. (See a translation of her story here, and a video of her speaking yesterday after being released from police custody while supporting the Jasic workers here.) The initial detainees were released, but after subsequent protests, they and others were taken into custody again on the 27th, this time being put under longer term detention as suspects for the crime of “picking quarrels and provoking trouble” (寻衅滋事罪)—the default charge Chinese police assign to dissidents while they’re trying to build a more specific criminal case. Today a list was released of thirty people still being held under this charge. Among these, seven were current Jasic employees, one was a student, and twenty-two were former Jasic employees and workers from other workplaces.

In contrast with other recent cases such as the Eight Young Leftists (2017-2018), the Feminist Five (2015-2016), or the late 2015 crackdown on labor NGOs in the Pearl River Delta, it seems that the Pingshan Incident may bear some new features, suggesting new trends in dissident social networks and state dynamics of control, if not in broader class relations as such. Maybe in the coming weeks we can produce an analysis, or at least a more comprehensive account of this struggle and its significance. For now we would just like to quickly publish this translation, by our friend Wen, of two brief documents in the hope that doing so might support the prisoners and their struggle somehow: the workers’ original petition to the Shenzhen government from July 23rd, and an open letter by several famous leftists who formed a Jasic Workers Solidarity Group, dated July 28th, which over 1,200 people had signed by July 29th.

For more background on this struggle in English, see “Shenzhen worker activists determined to unionise despite dismissal” (CLB, July 24th), and this petition initiated by academics in Hong Kong on July 31st. An extensive collection of Chinese texts related to the struggle is being compiled on the Epoch Pioneer (时代先锋) website, affiliated with the Eight Young Leftists, here and here. Students at several universities have also initiated their own petitions, including: Peking University, Tsinghua, Renmin University, Northwest University of Political Science and Law (and their second open letter here), Nanjing University, and Beijing Language and Culture University.

Finally, see this video compiling footage from the demonstrations last week with English subtitles.


An Open Letter to Tao Yongxin, Party Secretary for Pingshan District, Shenzhen

July 28, 2018

Over thirty people, including [Jasic] workers and people who came to support them, have been held in detention for over 72 hours [as suspects for the criminal charge of] “picking quarrels and provoking trouble.” At this crucial time, we fellow workers and comrades must stand together with them! Together let’s beat back the bourgeoisie with all its arrogant bluster!

Our young workers’ delegate Shen Mengyu has already gone to Pingshan to support the Jasic workers. Militants who would like to join her there may contact her via WeChat […]

Comrades, please go to the Yanziling Police Station in Pingshan to stand with the progressive workers of Jasic! Steel your determination, don’t be afraid to make sacrifices, overcome all obstacles, go fight for victory!!!

The representatives of the Jasic Workers Solidarity Group, Wu Jingtang, Gu Zhenghua, Fan Jinggang, Zhang Yaozu, Shi Maixie, together with over 1,200 comrades (as for July 29th), call on the broad masses of militants to support the Jasic working class’s struggle for justice!!! Please come quickly to Yanziling! Fight for the cause of justice together with the progressive workers!!


To Secretary Tao Yongxin:

We are the Solidarity Group in support of the workers who organised a union at Jasic Technology in Pingshan, Shenzhen, and then underwent the “July 20th Incident,” where Yanziling Community police violently assaulted the workers. On July 24th, over 1,000 of us contacted Shenzhen’s Municipal Public Security Bureau (PSB) [i.e. police], Human Resources Bureau, Securities Regulatory Commission, Housing Provident Fund Management, and the Shenzhen Federation of Trade Unions (SFTU). We demanded an apology and compensation to the workers, disciplinary action against those who assaulted the workers, and satisfaction of the workers’ demands to form a union and that the company provide back payment for workers’ housing funds. (See the petition below).

As the events unfolded, on July 22nd the Pingshan PSB inspector promised a response to the workers by 10am on July 26th, but no response came at that time. Only after the workers contacted him again did the inspector reply, verbally, that the police were not at fault, and that it was the workers who had acted unlawfully. We absolutely cannot accept this.

On the morning of July 26th, the workers attempted to go to work as usual, but they were beaten, their mobile phones illegally seized, and their personal freedom restricted by management staff and security guards acting at the behest of the company’s managers Xia Ruyi, Li Hongpo and Guo Liqun. After workers called the police, the deputy chief of the Yanziling Police Station not only failed to do anything about these individuals, but even tried to take workers away. Under the workers’ questioning, the police finally admitted to the principle behind their actions: they have a double standard when it comes to dealing with bosses and workers, respectively.

The following afternoon, the workers who had organised the union again attempted to go to work as usual, but the three managers (Xia, Li and Guo) illegally restricted their personal freedom. Mao Qingpei, chief of the Yanziling Police Station, arrived together with officers from the Pingshan PSB. Not only did the police fail to arrest the company officials, but this time they actually detained the Jasic workers along with several other workers who had come to show support. At present we still do not even know where they were taken and if they are dead or alive. At 8pm, the families of detained workers Liu Penghua and Kuang Hengshu, along with some other workers, went to ask for an explanation, but they too were disappeared.

We learned that Jasic Technology’s boss, Pan Lei, and the Human Resources Manager, Guo Liqun, are representatives of the Shenzhen People’s Congress, and Guo Liqun’s husband may be an official in the Pingshan District Government. They have far-reaching connections within the local state.

But we want to ask is whether, in today’s society governed by the rule of law, that law applies to government officials, if People’s Congress representatives can disobey the country’s laws and constitution, and if companies managed by People’s Congress representatives can violate the Labour Law and the Trade Union Law? State agencies treat bosses and workers with different standards, acting obsequious toward bosses and viciously toward workers. They see laws as children’s games and commit crimes everyone knows to be wrong. Because Jasic Technology has connections, the district’s Human Resources Bureau, Housing Provident Fund Management, and the Pingshan Federation of Trade Unions (PFTU) all failed to do anything. Is Pingshan District not a Chinese territory, such that the district’s government and companies need not abide by the Chinese constitution and law? Are the workers there not Chinese workers, protected by Chinese law?

The first article in the Constitution of the People’s Republic of China states that, “The People’s Republic of China is a socialist state under the people’s democratic dictatorship led by the working class and based on the alliance of workers and peasants.” The working class is the leading class. The country’s authority resides with the people. The government agencies and representatives should serve the people. But what can we see in today’s Pingshan? We learned that most companies there have similar labour violations as Jasic Technology, and that no one cares about workers who are beaten and detained when fighting for their rights by unscrupulous companies and police. Each wave of outrage from public opinion grows stronger, while each wave of police repression against workers who organise grows more intense. Would Pingshan District led by Party Secretary Tao Yongxin dare to publicly violate the Constitution? Is it attempting to challenge the authority of China’s rule of law? To treat the nation’s people as its enemy?

We hope Secretary Tao will immediately deal with this, urge the PSB to release the detained workers, and seriously discipline those who assaulted them, compensate for any loss and apologise. We demand the Pingshan government agencies take their roles seriously and serve the people. We demand that companies in Pingshan abide by the law and protect workers’ rights. The Pingshan Government and PFTU should carry out the Central Government’s directives, encouraging workers to form unions and supporting them when they do so, protecting workers’ rights in accordance to the law, encouraging them to actively supervise and participate in management.

The representatives of the Solidarity Group, Wu Jingtang, Gu Zhenghua, Fan Jinggang, Zhang Yaozu, Shi Maixie, together with over 1,100 comrades, call on all militant comrades to support and pay attention to the Jasic working class’s struggle!


The Jasic Workers’ Petition

July 23, 2018

To Shenzhen’ Municipal PSB, Human Resources Bureau, Securities Regulatory Commission, Housing Provident Fund Management, and the SFTU:

We strongly condemn the violent assault on workers by the Yanling Community police in Pingshan, Shenzhen during a labour dispute with Shenzhen Jasic Technology Co., Ltd., on July 20th, 2018. We demand that the police responsible be disciplined in accordance with the law. (Their names and police numbers are: Pu Guangyan 070935, Liu Weijun 064801, Pang Wukun 067568, and Liu Yingkun 061868.) We also demand a public apology and compensation for losses suffered by the workers.

The cause of this incident is that Jasic had been carrying out illegal labour practices, including: last-minute adjustment of employees’ schedules, forced walks during resting periods, an illegal system of fines called “the Eighteen Jasic Prohibitions”, underpayment of employees’ housing funds, and the illegal compilation of a blacklist divulging employees’ information.

On May 10th of this year, employees at Jasic jointly registered a complaint with the Pingshan Human Resources Bureau and the PFTU regarding the company’s illegal behavior, hoping they would act in the interests of workers. The Human Resources Bureau did not respond, but two officials from the PFTU—Vice-Chair Huang Jianxun and Division Chief Xie [Zhihai]—replied, stating that the workers could form a union. On June 7th, the workers submitted an application for unionisation to the PFTU and the lower-level Longtian Subdistrict Federation of Trade Unions, and they replied by advising that the employees first develop membership. In response to these instructions, the workers distributed an “Indication of willingness to apply to join the Jasic Union”, collecting signatures from eighty-nine of their coworkers. On July 12th, however, Vice-Chair Huang and three other union officials from the PFTU joined with Jasic General Manager Xia Ruyi, Human Resources Administrative Director Li Hongpo and Department Manager Lei in foully berating [worker] Mi Jiuping, saying that Mi and his coworkers had broken the law by organising the union.

On July 16th, Liu Penghua, one of the worker delegates who had been involved in organising the union, became targeted by the management. For no reason they transferred him to another workshop. Later Liu was assaulted by two unknown men, who were then escorted out of the factory in a company vehicle. Liu called the police, but they ignored his injuries, called for mediation (反而要求调解) [and actually took him into custody]. Liu’s coworkers followed to support him [at the police station], but he was not released until midnight.

On July 18th, Mi Jiuping was similarly targeted by the management. At noon, PFTU Division Chief Xie instructed him to write a statement declaring that [his actions in] organising the union had nothing to do with the PFTU, but Mi refused. That afternoon, [Jasic management] requested that Mi be transferred to another workshop, but Mi refused. A high-ranking manager named Zhu Xiaohuan then had several unlicensed (黑) security guards seize Mi and violently expel him from the factory. Later a third militant worker named Song Yao was strangled and threatened by Workshop Supervisor Ouyang Suoming, and that evening Song too was fired. Neither Mi nor Song accepted this.

On July 20th, at about 7:40am, Mi and Liu attempted to go into work as usual, but were stopped by security guards and tossed out of the factory. At 10:30am, they were assaulted in plain sight by the police and then illegally taken into custody. At noon, more than twenty workers came to the police station to support the detained Jasic workers and demand their release. At 4:30pm, a group of fully armed police violently rounded up all the protesting workers and threw them into a police van. Many were injured.

We found out online that Jasic Technology is a publicly listed company. Its legal representative and president, Pan Lei, is currently serving as a People’s Representative in the Shenzhen Municipal People’s Congress, as a member of that Congress’s Committee on Foreign and Overseas Chinese Affairs, and as a representative in the Longgang District Political Consultative Conference. Jasic’s Human Resources Manager, Guo Liqun, is also a current People’s Representative in the Shenzhen Congress. It is not hard to imagine, then, why so many agents of the local state not only failed to defend the workers from Jasic’s illegal activities, but even joined in on the repression.

Under China’ rule of law, there have emerged publicly listed companies with such blatant disregard for the law and for social responsibility, companies that flagrantly assault their employees. This can no longer be tolerated. In order to build a society ruled by law, to mobilise workers to supervise companies, to achieve social equality and justice, we hereby appeal to Shenzhen’s PSB, Housing Resources Management Bureau, Securities Regulatory Commission, Housing Provident Fund Management, and the SFTU, registering a complaint against Jasic and the relevant state agencies of Pingshan District. Our demands are as follows:

(1) The Yanziling police intervened in a labour dispute and violently assaulted workers, causing significant harm to them and a negative social impact. They should be seriously disciplined in accordance with the law, and they should compensate the workers for medical costs and workdays lost, sincerely apologise to the workers and society, and vow to carry out their duties under the people’s supervision.

(2) The Pingshan District Human Resources Bureau failed to respond to the complaint of the Jasic workers, failing to play a positive role in the labour dispute, a serious dereliction of duty. Please handle this in accordance to the law. The Human Resources Bureau should rectify its mistakes, actively mediate labour disputes and support workers’ defense of their rights. The illegal dismissal of workers should be immediately rectified, and the workers (Mi Jiuping, Song Yao and Yu Juncong) allowed to return to work.

(3) PFTU Vice-Chair Huang Jianxun and Division Chief Xie Zhihai failed to helpfully guide workers in the process of organising a union, failing to stand up for them and distancing themselves from the workers at key moments. According to the Trade Union Law, employees have the right to establish a union. Both the process of forming the union and the union’s later operation must be democratic. The company must cooperate and higher levels of the union system must actively provide conditions to support the workers. Huang and Xie seriously violated the law and neglected their duty, so they should be investigated and dismissed. The right of workers to exercise union democracy and form unions democratically should be restored.

(4) To the Shenzhen Securities Regulatory Commission, as a publicly listed company Jasic not only lacked a [functioning] union but also obstructed the workers from forming one, and the committed multiple legal violations with a negative social impact. According to how a publicly listed company is regulated in terms of protecting employees’ interests, please investigate Jasic to determine if it meets the requirements of publicly listed companies, and then publish the results.

(5) To the Shenzhen Housing Provident Fund Management, please check to confirm whether Jasic’s housing fund contribution is paid in full or underpaid.

In order to truly protect the workers’ rights, we hope the relevant authorities in Pingshan District will take action and rectify Jasic’s various unlawful activities. We will closely monitor this incident’s development until all is rectified.

 

Signed:

Jasic Technology Employees Mi Jiuping, Liu Penghua, Song Yao, Yu Juncong, Kuang Hengshu, Zhang Baoyan, and Chen Zhongge

July 23rd, 2018

List of 1,200 other signatories


致深圳坪山区委书记陶永欣的公开信

坪山维权工友和声援群众30余人已被捕超过72小时,警方声称将以寻衅滋事罪起诉!

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佳士工友声援团代表吴敬堂、古正华、范景刚、张耀祖、时迈携声援团1200余位同志(截至2018年7月29日),号召广大热心人士支持佳士工人阶级的正义斗争!!!
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陶永欣书记:

我们是声援深圳坪山720事件(燕子岭派出所黑警察暴力执法,殴打组建工会的工人)佳士工人组建工会的声援团。2018年7月24日我们1000多人已经联名向深圳市公安局、深圳市人力资源管理局、深圳市证监会、深圳市总工会、深圳市住房公积金管理局要求赔礼道歉、严惩打人凶手、并满足员工组建工会、补缴住房公积金等诉求。(后附联名信)

这个事件持续在发酵,2018年7月22日坪山公安分局督查给出答复是于2018年7月26日上午10时回复工友。但是坪山公安分局督查到期并没有给出相应的答复,在工友的要求下才口头回复说警察无过错,工人有罪,这是我们绝不能够接受的。

2018年7月26日上午,佳士的工友正常去上班,却被厂方夏如意、李宏颇、郭丽群指使管理层和保安,殴打、非法抢夺工友手机,限制人身自由。报警后,燕子岭派出所副所长周玮不但不处理夏如意、李宏颇、郭丽群,反而要把工友带走。在工友的逼问下,终于说出了他们的办案原则:对待老板和对待工友是两个不同的标准。

2018年7月27日下午,佳士的工友正常去上班,却被厂方夏如意、李宏颇、郭丽群非法限制建工会工友的人身自由,坪山公安分局和燕子岭派出所所长麦庆陪到后不但没有抓捕夏如意、李宏颇、郭丽群,反而把佳士的工友和现场声援的工友全部抓捕,至今下落不明,生死未卜。晚上8点被抓捕工人刘鹏华和邝恒书的家人,还有热心工友去问原由,却至今下落不明,生死未卜。

我们了解到佳士科技的老板潘磊和人事部经理郭丽群是深圳市人大代表,郭丽群的老公好像是坪山区政府官员,官方背景深厚。

但是我们要说的是在今天的法制社会下,是不是法不上大夫,人大代表就可不遵守国家法律,可以随便践踏宪法和法律,人大代表开办的企业就可以不遵守《劳动法》、《工会法》等相关劳工法律。国家的政府部门对待老板和对待工人有不同的标准,对待老板阿谀奉承,对待工人就凶猛如虎,视法律为儿戏,敢冒天下之大不违。因为佳士有背景,坪山区人力资源局也不管事,坪山区总工会也不管事,住房公积金中心也不管事。难道坪山区不是中国的领土,坪山政府部门和企业不用遵守中国的宪法和法律?坪山的工人不是中国的工人,不受中国法律保护?

《中华人民共和国宪法》第一条规定:“中国是由工人阶级领导的,以工农联盟为基础人民民主专政的社会主义国家”。要知道工人阶级是领导阶级,国家的一切权力属于人民,政府各级部门和代表都应当为人民服务的。而今天的坪山让我们看到的是什么呢?据了解坪山的大部分企业都存在着佳士科技类似的违法行为,维权的工人在被黑企业和黑警察殴打、随意抓捕,却无人问津。社会舆论的呼声一浪高过一浪,警察对建会工人的打压也是一浪高过一浪,难道坪山区委书记陶永欣所主政的坪山区是要公然违背宪法吗?是要挑战中国法制社会的权威吗?是要与全国人民为敌吗?

我们希望陶永欣书记立即处理事此,敦促公安分局立即放人,并严惩打人凶手,赔偿损失,赔礼道歉!要求坪山政府各部门切实履行职责,为人民办事!要求坪山企业遵纪守法,维户员工利益。坪山政府及总工会应当切实地贯切中央的指标,鼓励和支持员工建立工会,合法维护工人权益,鼓励职工积极参加企业管理和监督企业管理。

声援团代表吴敬堂、古正华、范景刚、张耀祖、时迈携声援团1100位同志,号召一切热心同志支持关注佳士工人斗争!


附联名信原文

深圳市公安局、深圳市人力资源局、深圳市证监会、深圳市总工会、深圳市住房公积金管理中心:

2018年7月20日发生在深圳市坪山区燕子岭派出所民警在处理深圳市佳士科技股份有限公司(下称:“佳士科技”)与员工劳资纠纷的时候暴力执法、殴打工人的事件,我们表示强烈抗议,请依法对暴力执法的警察(附警号)卜光彦070935、刘伟军064801、庞武坤067568、刘蓥坤061868进行处理,并公开道歉和给予赔偿全部损失。

事情的原由是因为上市公司深圳市佳士科技股份有限公司存在着非法调休、休息时间强制徒步、实行违法的罚款制度《佳士十八禁》、未足额缴纳住房公积金、泄露员工信息非法建立黑名单等违法行为。2018年5月10日员工以联名信的形式到坪山区人力资源局和坪山区总工会投诉,希望这两个部门能为工人做主。结果区人力资源局没有回复,坪山区总工会副主席黄建勋和谢科长给的意见是可以组织工会。2018年6月7日员工向坪山区总工会和下属的龙田街道总工会提交了组建工会的申请,工会的意见是员工可以先去发展会员。在区总工会指示下,筹建工会的员工广泛传播《申请加入佳士工会意愿表》,有多达89名员工签字。但是,2018年7月12日,坪山区总工会副主席黄建勋等工会4人与佳士副总经理夏如意、人力行政总监李宏颇和部门雷经理等人一起把米久平臭骂了一顿,黄建勋居然说米久平等人建工会是违法行为。

7月16日,组建工会的员工代表刘鹏华被厂方故意针对,无缘无故调到其他车间工作!被两个不明真相的人殴打!打人后他们居然被专车护送出厂外!报警后,警方无视刘鹏华伤情,反而要求调解!在打工兄弟姐妹的支援下,刘鹏华被拘押到凌晨12点才放出来!

7月18日,组建工会的另一位员工代表米久平也被厂方故意针对:中午,在聚龙花园党群服务站区总工会谢志海科长要求米久平写书面声明筹建工会一事与区总工会无关,米久平未同意!当日下午,米久平被要求调岗,米久平拒绝非法调岗,被厂里高层朱小欢指使几个黑保安,粗暴地扔出厂外!一位热心工友宋姚还被车间主管欧阳俊明死死掐住,恶语恐吓!到晚上后,他也被非法开除!米久平和宋姚均未同意。

7月20日,上午7:40左右,米久平和刘鹏华等一行人正常上班,被保安恶意阻拦,粗鲁残暴地扔出厂外!10:30左右:又被警察在光天化日之下殴打一通!非法扣押!

中午:20多个打工的兄弟姐妹来到派出所支持佳士员工!要求放人!下午4:30左右:一群全副武装的警察把声援佳士科技的兄弟姐妹——全部粗鲁野蛮地扣押到警车上!好多都受了伤!

我们在网上查到佳士科技是上市公司,法人代表和董事长潘磊是现任深圳市第六届人民代表大会代表,深圳市人大常委会外事侨务工作委员会委员、深圳市龙岗区政协委员。人事部经理郭丽群是坪山区现任人大代表。佳士科技有如此之多的违法行为,如此打压员工,而坪山区这么多政府部门都无所作为,反而一起打压员工,就不难想象了。

在中国的法制社会下,居然出现如此违法乱纪的上市公司,如此没有社会责任感的上市公司,如此殴打员工恶劣事件的上市公司。是可忍孰不可忍,为了建设法制社会,为了调动工人监督企业的积极性,为了社会公平正义,我们在此联名向深圳市公安局、深圳市人力资源局、深圳市证监会、深圳市总工会、深圳市住房公积金管理中心控诉深圳坪山7ž20事件的相关部门和佳士科技。

在此,我们提出如下要求:

一、燕子岭派出所民警介入劳资纠纷暴力执法殴打工人,给工友造成极大的伤害,造成了极其恶劣的社会影响,应当立即对打人的警察进行依法严肃处理,向工友赔偿医药费和误工费等相关损失,并向各工友和社会真诚道歉,并保证以后在人民监督下依法行使职权。

二、坪山区人力资源局在面对佳士工友的投诉居然无所作为,人力资源局在劳资纠纷中没有发挥积极的作用,存在严重的渎职行为,请你们依法处理。人力资源局应当改正错误,积极发挥劳资调解的作用,支持工人维权。对佳士科技非法开除员工应当立即改正,恢复员工上班(米久平、宋姚、余浚聪)。

三、坪山区总工会副主席黄建勋和科长谢志海在指导佳士工友组织工会过程中指导不力,没有站在员工的立场为员工服务,在关键的时候却要与员工划清界限,没有起到工会作为工人娘家人的作用,这是严重的渎职行为。按照《工会法》的规定员工有自己组建工会的权力,必须实行民主建会和工会民主,厂方必须配合,上级工会应当积极提供条件支持。黄建勋和谢志海严重违反法律规定,玩忽职守,应当严查撤职,恢复员工行使工会民主和民主建会的权力。

四、深圳市证监会,佳士科技作为上市公司居然未建立工会并阻扰员工建立工会,并存在诸多违法行为,造成恶劣的社会影响。上市指引如何规定上市公司合理合法维护企业员工的合法权益,请你们对佳士科技进行依法重点核查,是否符合上市要求,并公告结果。

五、深圳市住房公积金管理中心,请你们核查佳士科技的住房公积金是否足额缴纳,是否存在漏缴的情况。

我们希望深圳市坪山区的相关部门积极主动作为,对佳士科技各种违法违规行为高度重视,依法整改,真正做到维护职工的合法权益!我们将密切关注此事件的发展,直到全部改正为止。

佳士科技员工:米久平、刘鹏华、宋姚、余浚聪、邝恒书、张保言、陈忠革

                                                                                           2018年7月23日

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