|The credit information system for the housekeeping service sector will be established and that housekeepers' credit information will be included in the unified management, according to the plan issued by the General Office of the Shandong Provincial Government. [Tuchong]|
The General Office of the Shandong Provincial Government issued a plan for expanding consumption markets and speeding up the domestic demand-driven economy on September 21. The plan vows that by the end of 2020, the credit information system for the housekeeping service sector should be established and that housekeepers' credit information should be included in the unified management.
The Shandong Provincial Department of Commerce is responsible for realizing that goal by the end of 2020.
The leading enterprise of housekeeping service in Shandong, Jinan Sunshine Elder Sister, has made some attempts in the construction of a credit information system. It cooperated with the Identification Center of the Ministry of Public Security to set up a housekeeping service credit platform which was put into operation last year.
The APP titled Housekeeping Service TrustPass includes social and professional credit information of the housekeepers. Using the APP, users can check if the housekeepers have criminal record and learn about their record of training, work experiences and clients' evaluation.
The plan also requires the provincial development and reform commission to formulate a promotion plan for the province's housekeeping service training and coordinate local women's federations, labor unions and departments of human resources, social security and education to implement the training programs.
In addition, it encourages seven cities, including Jinan, Jining and Linyi, to apply for the titles of "leading pilot cities" of housekeeping services.
(Source: China Women's News/Translated and edited by Women of China)
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