||This research mainly discusses the relationship among the hours of work, specific industries, laws and regulations. We hope that the government and firms can understand the status of current hours of work so that it can be the references for them to adopt flexible human resources strategies. |
The questionnaire survey was adopted for the study. The samples are the experts of human resources. Totally, 350 questionnaires were distributed, and 120 of them are valid samples.
Through statistical analysis, the main results of the study could be summarized in the following two parts:
1. There were some significant correlations between the hours of work and industry:（1）the hours of work of altering work schedule was positively and significantly related to different industry.（2）The hours of work a week and the pay for overtime were positively and significantly related to different industry.（3）Part-time schedule may calculate their overtime earlier than other schedules. The altering work schedule needs to report in for duty are more common than other jobs. （4）The vacation and leave policy were significantly associated with different industry.
2. Some significant differences between hours of work and laws and regulations were found.（1）Some of firms’ hours of work are better than mandatory. For example, the hours of work a week, vacation and leave policy.（2）Some of firms’ hours of work are worse than mandatory. For example, the hours of work a week, vacation, leave, overtime policy.