Tag Archives: HR

Lean conversion: managing the human side of change

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.

Going local: developing Chinese leaders in European companies

A key for talent engagement and sustainable business development in China

Speak their language: how to communicate with China’s Generation Y

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.

The pitfalls of employee-created IP

Preventing unnecessary losses from R&D activities in China

Talent attraction in the China market

The fight for talent in China is becoming more intense, and it is no longer about who can offer the biggest package.

Strictly by the book

Preparing a practical employee handbook in China

HR (really) matters

With China facing economic headwinds that are unlikely to dissipate any time soon, 2016 has seen the growth rate of domestic investment by private Chinese enterprises decelerate rapidly. As a result of both market forces and ongoing restrictions, EU investment into China is also roughly…

Shanghai SME interview

Name: Sebastian Wegener Position: Executive Director Operations Company: EunaCon HR Solutions and Services Location: Shanghai

In the know: Labour & Employment Law in China

Are you aware of your tax and social insurance obligations? Do you know if you have to pay overtime to your staff?  And how should you deal with a labour dispute?

Labour dispatch: a legal update

Labour dispatch is simply not a tool that can be used to achieve flexibility of workforce and headcount as it is European countries.