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31. I have already claimed my old-age benefits for labor insurance, can I participate in labor insurance again?

  1. When you engage in work again, your employer may enroll you in occupational accident insurance
    According to regulations, an insured person who has already claimed one's labor insurance old-age benefits may not participate in labor insurance again. If they engage in work again, the insured unit may enroll them in occupational accident insurance. Therefore, if you have already claimed labor insurance old-age benefits and engage in a job again, you may not participate in labor insurance. Your employer may voluntarily enroll you in occupational accident insurance.
     
  2. During training at an occupational training institution, the institution may enroll you in occupational accident insurance
    To ensure the safety of trainees who have already claimed their labor insurance old-age benefits, these trainees may be enrolled in occupational accident insurance by the training institution during their training period.
     
  3. Occupational union may enroll members who have claimed their old-age benefits in occupational accident insurance
    If members of an occupational union who have claimed their old-age benefits, engage in work again and are not affiliated with a fixed employer or are not self-employed operator, their occupational union may enroll them in occupational accident insurance.
     
Last Update:2016-05-16
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