Equal Value of the Right to Work With Multi-Implications

Qinghong ZENG, Jin LUO

Abstract


The value of the right to work involves adversary and unification of the value of survival, development, freedom, equality and order. Gene, identity and labor contracts, as important factors influencing the right to work as well as important standards to judge whether equal value lies in the right to work, influence the definition of the labor main body and the interpretation of the concept of labor. By connecting the equality of the start, the process and the result of the right to work, these factors lie throughout the whole process of obtaining the right to work.


Keywords


The right to work; Equality; Gene; Identity

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/6727

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