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Labor and Social Security Inspection
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“Labor and social security inspection” refers to the administrative enforcement of laws and regulations by labor and social security administrative departments, in accordance with applicable law, to supervise and inspect employers and detect, correct and impose administrative penalties against violators of laws and regulations. The primary characteristics of labor and social security inspection are as follows: (1) they are concrete administrative law enforcement activities with a view to detecting, correcting and imposing administrative penalties upon violators of relevant laws and regulations; (2) they must be conducted by competent agencies authorized or designated by the Labor Law, with social security inspection only to be conducted by labor and social security administrative departments, rather than other institutions and organizations, unless so authorized or designated by laws and regulations; and (3) they constitute a unified state enforcement mechanism. Article 101 of the Labor Law provides that, if an employer without justification obstructs a labor administrative department and other relevant departments or their officials from exercising their power of supervision and inspection or threatens persons who inform administrative departments on wrongdoing, the labor administrative department or other relevant departments must impose a fine upon such employer. If certain acts constitute a crime, persons responsible must be investigated for criminal liabilities according to law.
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