(By Luo Yanjie) Abstract: “where a laborer is unqualified for his work and remains unqualified even after receiving a training or an adjustment to another work post”, the employer may terminate a labor contract. The employer shall, if terminates a labor contract with an unqualified laborer, prove the employer to be incompetent from many aspects not just based on a bad performance.
Pursuant to the Labor Contract Law, there are many conditions for termination of a labor contract with laborers. Among these conditions, the most used one is that a labor is unqualified for his work. This means, the employer may not consider rescinding a labor contract unless a laborer is unqualified for his work. During the process of termination, among many disputes between laborers and employers, we would like to introduce a typical cases regarding termination of an unqualified laborer from Case Guidance of the Supreme People’s Court.