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The Fifth Bureau of China Railway was fined 15,000 yuan for arrears of wages, and the old vegetable farmer was fined 100,000 yuan

author:Happy evening breeze

Recently, China Railway Fifth Bureau Group Co., Ltd. was fined 15,000 yuan for failing to pay the arrears of migrant workers' wages as required, and failing to rectify the "Rectification Instruction within a Time Limit". This incident has once again raised people's attention to the problem of wage arrears in construction companies. But at the same time, there was also an old vegetable farmer who was fined 100,000 yuan for the issue of reclamation subsidies. So, who is the real victim between wage arrears and land reclamation subsidies? Let's talk about it next.

The Fifth Bureau of China Railway was fined 15,000 yuan for arrears of wages, and the old vegetable farmer was fined 100,000 yuan

The problem of wage arrears has long plagued the construction industry in mainland China, causing great distress to countless migrant workers. As a well-known enterprise, China Railway Fifth Bureau failed to pay the workers' hard work income in a timely manner. This kind of wage arrears not only infringes on the legitimate rights and interests of workers, but also damages the reputation of enterprises. Although the fine of 15,000 yuan is a warning, it is nothing for a strong enterprise. In contrast, the economic losses and psychological pressure suffered by the workers are undoubtedly greater.

The Fifth Bureau of China Railway was fined 15,000 yuan for arrears of wages, and the old vegetable farmer was fined 100,000 yuan

And the matter of the old farmer who bought vegetables is doubly puzzling. The reclamation subsidy is a kind of support from the national policy for farmers, but the old farmer was fined 100,000 yuan for negligence and failure to submit relevant supporting materials in time. In comparison, this amount is unacceptably large. An old farmer who works hard, is diligent and pragmatic, but because of a moment of negligence, he has attracted such a heavy fine, which can be said to be worse.

The Fifth Bureau of China Railway was fined 15,000 yuan for arrears of wages, and the old vegetable farmer was fined 100,000 yuan

Comparing the two penalized persons, we find that the issue of wage arrears has attracted greater attention in public opinion. This is because wage arrears directly infringe on the rights and interests of workers and touch the bottom line of social fairness and justice. The problem of old vegetable farmers is relatively secondary, although the amount of fines is huge, but it is essentially an individual case and has no direct relationship with the fairness and justice of the entire social system.

However, while the issue of unpaid wages has attracted much attention, it is not an easy task to solve. For a long time, there have been problems in the construction industry, such as unequal profit distribution and lack of supervision, which has led some construction companies to choose to pay arrears to maintain profits. To truly address this issue, there are multiple levels of approach. First of all, government departments should strengthen the supervision of construction enterprises, severely punish wage arrears, and ensure that workers' rights and interests are protected. Secondly, the construction industry should establish a sound wage payment mechanism and a long-term supervision mechanism to improve the self-discipline awareness of enterprises. Finally, the public should also actively pay attention to and participate in the protection of workers' rights and interests, and jointly create a social atmosphere that respects labor.

The Fifth Bureau of China Railway was fined 15,000 yuan for arrears of wages, and the old vegetable farmer was fined 100,000 yuan

As for the problem of old vegetable farmers, it is also necessary for government departments to pay attention to it and correct it in a timely manner. Excessive fines not only pose a burden to the old farmers themselves, but may also cause psychological pressure and distrust to other farmers. The government should carefully consider the fines and give them appropriate leniency and assistance in the implementation process, so as to avoid turning simple negligence into punishment.

The Fifth Bureau of China Railway was fined 15,000 yuan for arrears of wages, and the old vegetable farmer was fined 100,000 yuan

To sum up, the issue of wage arrears and the fine of 100,000 yuan for the old vegetable farmer are worthy of attention. While wage arrears are more common, fines for old grocery farmers also highlight problems in the government's enforcement process. We should jointly call on the government to step up efforts to solve the problem of wage arrears, and at the same time demand that the government pay more attention to the particularity of individual cases and the principle of social fairness and justice in the enforcement of fines. Only in this way can our society be more just and everyone's rights and interests better protected.