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April 21 2015

False Information Supplied By The Employee And Termination Of Employment Contract

During the recruitment process, the employer often requires the employee to provide basic information which directly relates to the employment contract such as age, degree, English level, work experience, health condition, etc., and employees shall truthfully provide the same. Failure to do so entitles the employer to terminate unilaterally the employment contract without severance pay. If the employee supplies false information or conceals the factual conditions, which cause the enterprise to recruit him|her, which is contrary to the enterprise's true intent, pursuant to the regulation of Article 26 of the Employment Contract Law, this employment contract shall be invalid. Furthermore, in accordance with Article 39, the enterprise can terminate the employment contract with the employee without severance pay.