Human Resources

Corporate dissolution: is prior consent required before terminating labour contracts?

In the face of China’s increasingly strong economic headwinds, some businesses are having to revise their strategies in order to ensure profitable growth.

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…

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.

Company culture matters

In order to become innovative, businesses need strong leaders who are capable of developing a continuously evolving company culture.

Employer brands in China

A recent survey published by Career International researches the ways that different demographic groups view employer brands. It underlines that in the current war for talent companies need to increasingly market themselves as brands in order to appeal to and capture potential employees. The report…

Feel the pressure

The effect of urbanisation on labour and skills — the largest threat to China’s aspirations for continued growth

Christophe Gamet

Bridging the Talent Gap

Dan Zhu, board member of the Chamber’s Shanghai Chapter and Chair of the Shanghai HR Working Group, talks to Christophe Gamet, HR Director for L’Oreal China

Managing Your Talent

An employer in the PRC will likely face various challenges when trying to cultivate a high-performance culture and retain innovative talent.