The European Chamber has long advocated for the interests of European SMEs in China. In the EU they are important sources of employment – over the past five years, SMEs have created around 85 per cent of new jobs and provided two-thirds of total private…
With its vast manufacturing base and diminishing workforce, China’s appetite for robots is rapidly increasing.
With the days of China being a low-cost country long over, its manufacturing is at risk of being squeezed between innovation leaders on the one side and low-cost competitors on the other.
A key for talent engagement and sustainable business development in China
On 29th June, 2007, the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress (SCNPC) promulgated the Employment Contract Law (ECL).
Talent management is a perpetual challenge for employers, and one which seems to become more challenging with each new generation that breaks through to the job market.
In today’s changing world, CEOs are under more pressure to transform, adapt and align organisations to succeed or, increasingly, just to survive.