Article 25 If an enterprise is subject to stop work or slow down measures， the trade union shall， in conjunction with the enterprise's administrative authority or other relevant authorities， negotiate a resolution of demands raised by the workers which are found to be reasonable and able to be resolved so as to enable the normal production process to be resumed as quickly as possible.
Article 26 Trade unions shall assist the administrative authorities of enterprises， public institutions and government organs to organize employee collective welfare matters and wage， labour protection and labour insurance work.
Article 27 Trade unions shall， in conjunction with administrative authorities， organize employees to undertake after-hours cultural and technical studies and occupational training so as to improve the cultural and occupational quality of the workers， as well as organize them to develop recreational and sports activities.
Article 28 The views of trade unions shall be listened to when national economic and social development plans formulated by the various levels of people's governments at county level or above and draft laws and statutory rules and regulations researched by municipalities under provincial and autonomous region people's governments and people's governments of relatively large municipalities approved by the State Council involve important issues relating to the rights and interests of workers.
When the various levels of people's governments at county level or above and their relevant authorities formulate important policies or measures on wages， commodity pricing， production safety， labour protection， labour insurance， etc， equivalent level trade unions shall be recruited to participate in the research work and the views of the said trade unions shall be heeded.