Universiade Workers to be Offered Work After Contracts End
Employees that were hired temporarily during the Universiade games will have their contracts completed soon, but all of the temporary workers were concerned about promises given by the bureau to provide them with work after their contracts ended.
Details on how the employees will be given jobs is still undetermined since the organizers are still busy dealing with post game issues and still trying to figure out how to manage to find work for the employees. Although it is not against labor laws to end contracts, the employees still showed their concern.
Just before the games started the workers were promised that a job fair will be organized for them or have them recommended to game sponsors by the bureau. In 2008 the Beijing Olympic organizing committee conducted an exam for the 600 employees that rendered their services and offered 100 government positions in just two months after the Olympics.
The Beijing committee organized a job fair that attracted companies that offered job vacancies to more than 1,500 workers. Last January the organizing committee for the Guangzhou Asian Games also conducted exams and job fairs for their employees.