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|pierig Vezin wrote on 01/07/2011||In China 15 years old is not uncommon, but what makes you tell it is legal? The labor laws refer to 16, not 15. |
Nonetheless, it is obvious that fair wages and conditions are related to each location, and not the same every where. Even within China, leaving in Shanghai or in the middle Hubei or Shaanxi province doesn't cost the same. Thus for a same amount, the discretionary wage will be very different.
|DesignLA wrote on 30/06/2011||In China 15 years old is not uncommon and it's legal. We all need to assess what is acceptable for our businesses. What's acceptable in the East is not necessarily so in the West. However fair wages and conditions for the country the person is working in should be a constant if they are legally employed and meet age requirements.|
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