2020-03-31

I’ve been at work a month since I had my baby. Want to ask next company to give me to lactation only a few digit salary and go up insurance, how should I do?

Those who have been dismissed illegally may claim economic compensation, which shall be paid to the laborer at the rate of one month’s wage per full year according to the working years of the laborer in the unit.

If the period is more than six months but less than one year, it shall be calculated as one year.

if the period is less than six months, economic compensation of half a month’s salary shall be paid to the laborer.

If the employer fails to give one month’s notice in advance, an additional one month’s economic compensation shall be paid.

If the monthly wage of a laborer is three times higher than the average monthly wage of an employee in the previous year published by the people’s Government of a municipality directly under the central government or a city divided into districts where the employer is located, the standard for paying economic compensation to the laborer shall be three times the average monthly wage of the employee, and the maximum period for paying economic compensation to the laborer shall not exceed 12 years.

Monthly wage refers to the average wage of the laborer for 12 months before the termination or dissolution of the labor contract.

I’m on maternity leave now, and I’ve been at work for a month since I gave birth.

Now the company is in mass layoffs, I am also in the layoff list, of course, there are still some layoffs.

Want to ask next company to give me to lactation only a few figures of wages and insurance, no n + 1.

What should I do?.