Will these industries face suspensions, rectifications and cancellations from October? Tens of millions of workers facing unemployment? This is a message that has attracted widespread attention in recent days. According to relevant policy regulations, from October, some energy-intensive and high-emission traditional industries, such as coal and steel, will face a halt in order to promote a green and sustainable economic model. At the same time, some industries that have violations, non-compliance or do not meet the requirements of relevant policies, such as finance, e-commerce, the Internet, etc., also need to be rectified and reformed. There are also some projects that are overly dependent on resources, have certain social disputes and environmental issues, such as real estate, construction, etc., and will face the fate of closure or cancellation.
This decision will undoubtedly bring a touch of bleakness to the coming autumn. Workers and practitioners in all walks of life cannot help but fall into anxiety and helplessness. How should workers respond in this dire situation? Where do they go from here? This article will provide some suggestions for workers from the following aspects.
First of all, stay calm and rational. In the face of the suspension, rectification and cancellation of the industry, workers may feel panic, anger, despair and other negative emotions, which is understandable, but also pay attention to control their emotions and avoid excessive behavior, such as blocking doors, blocking roads, playing banners, jumping off buildings, jumping tower cranes and other malicious wage incidents. These behaviors not only do not solve the problem, but will bring greater trouble and harm to yourself and others. Workers should protect their legitimate rights and interests through legal, reasonable and peaceful means, such as reporting the situation to the relevant departments, seeking legal assistance, and negotiating with the employer to solve the problem.
Second, we must actively seek new employment opportunities. The closure, rectification and cancellation of industries mean that some jobs will disappear or be lost, and workers may be at risk of losing their jobs. However, this is also an inevitable requirement for economic development to optimize the industrial structure, and it is also to achieve long-term sustainable development. Workers should not be discouraged because they lost a job, they should see that there are many other employment opportunities in the society, and they should actively look for new jobs that suit them according to their interests, abilities and conditions. At the same time, the government and enterprises should also increase support for the retraining and job placement of unemployed workers, and provide them with more opportunities and assistance.
Third, you must constantly improve your skills and quality. With the trend of scientific and technological progress and consumption upgrading, the traditional manufacturing industry also needs to adjust when facing the impact of emerging industries. Some backward manufacturing companies will be eliminated from the market, and workers will be under pressure to lose their jobs. But it is also a time for personal abilities to be exercised and improved. Workers can re-enter the workforce by learning new skills, changing career directions, and adapting to market demands. For example, you can learn some new technologies related to your original job, such as intelligence, digitalization, environmental protection, etc., to improve your competitiveness; You can also learn some new skills that are not related to your original job, such as artificial intelligence, big data, cloud computing and other emerging industries, and expand your employment field.
Finally, pay attention to protecting your physical and mental health. Changes in the workplace may put a certain amount of physical and mental stress on workers, affecting their health and well-being. Workers should learn to regulate their emotions, maintain a positive and optimistic attitude, and find a way to relax that suits them, such as sports, listening to music, reading, traveling, etc., to release pressure and enhance self-confidence. At the same time, we should also pay attention to maintaining good living habits, such as regular work and rest, reasonable diet, moderate exercise, etc., to enhance their immunity and prevent diseases. In addition, pay attention to heat prevention and cooling to avoid heat stroke.
In short, the suspension and cancellation of the industry in October is a challenge and an opportunity. Workers should respond to this change with a positive attitude, find new ways out, enhance their value, protect their health, and meet the new future.
Protecting workers' rights and interests is a very important thing and a difficult task. Based on the information I have searched for on the Internet, I have summarized the following suggestions for you:
· First of all, workers should understand their legitimate rights and interests, master relevant laws, regulations and policies, such as the Labor Law of the People's Republic of China, the Labor Contract Law of the People's Republic of China, the Social Insurance Law of the People's Republic of China, etc., know their rights and obligations in labor employment, labor remuneration, rest and vacation, labor safety and health, social insurance, etc., and how to protect their rights and interests.
· Second, workers should protect their rights and interests through legal, reasonable and peaceful means, such as negotiating with employers, complaining to labor inspectorates, applying to the labor arbitration commission for arbitration, seeking help from trade unions, and applying to the People's Mediation Committee for Labor Disputes for mediation. Avoid violence, conflict, strikes and other extreme behaviors to avoid unnecessary losses and consequences.
· Third, workers should give full play to the role of trade union organizations in safeguarding workers' rights and interests, strengthen ties and communication with trade unions, and actively participate in trade union activities and services, such as workers' congresses, democratic management of workers, openness of factory affairs, vocational skills training, and working and life services. Trade unions are the working class's own organizations and an important force for safeguarding workers' rights and interests, and workers should make full use of their resources and channels to safeguard their legitimate rights and interests.
· Finally, workers should continuously improve their quality and ability, adapt to the development of the economy and society, enhance their competitiveness and market value, and strive for more protection and support for their rights and interests. Workers should seize the opportunity to learn new skills, upgrade their professional level, expand their employment fields, strive for better working conditions and treatment, and achieve their decent work and all-round development.
To sum up, it is a very important thing for workers to protect their rights and interests, and it is also a difficult task. Workers should understand their legitimate rights and interests, safeguard their rights and interests through legal, reasonable and peaceful means, give full play to the role of trade union organizations, continuously improve their quality and ability, adapt to economic and social development, enhance their competitiveness and market value, and strive for more protection and support for their rights and interests. Only in this way can workers remain calm and rational in the face of the challenges of the suspension, rectification and cancellation of the industry, actively seek new employment opportunities, continuously improve their skills and quality, pay attention to protecting their physical and mental health, and meet the new future. The rights and interests of workers are not only related to their own survival and development, but also to the economic and social stability and progress of the country. Let us work together for the rights and interests of workers and strive to build a better society!