, Devonshire-Ellis, C., Fleming, C., Ku, E. (Eds.)
Originally published by Asia Briefing Ltd., Hong Kong, 2012
4th ed. 2014, VII, 103 p. 14 illus. in color.
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Provides a firm understanding of China’s laws and regulations on human resources and payroll management, which is essential for foreign investors
Offers a useful reference guide
Based on the knowledge of Dezan Shira & Associates, a specialist foreign direct investment firm
Chinese law places significant obligations on employers to remain legally compliant in all labor matters. In this guide, we address the major issues in managing employment relationships in China.
Managing the Employment Relationship
Terminating the Employment Relationship
Within these topics, we address labor contracts, company rulebooks, salary packages, social insurance contributions, special circumstances for employees (extended sickness or pregnancy), termination and severance pay, and visas for foreign staff and Chinese staff being sent to work abroad.
Content Level »Professional/practitioner
Keywords »Handling Payroll - Hiring Staff - Managing the Employment Relationship - Organizing Visas - Recruiting Professionals - Terminating the Employment Relationship