Individuals working in China – both Chinese and foreign – are required to pay individual income tax and social insurance on their earnings. Here, you can use our individual income tax and social insurance calculator to determine your tax obligations.
With the #MeToo movement gaining momentum in China, the government has finally responded by drafting stricter laws and increasing HR compliance thresholds.
Shanghai’s hukou system determines beneficial access to housing, education, and medical treatment, among other social and welfare provisions.
China’s tax bureau will be responsible for social insurance collection instead of the HR bureau from 2019. HR managers should note that the consolidation means stricter enforcement.
Labor dispatching and outsourcing are two methods that can help businesses in China circumvent tedious administrative processes and still match workforce needs.
Residents of Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Macau (THKM) will be able to enjoy relaxed residence permit privileges in mainland China from September 1, 2018.
Enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems are software applications that integrate internal business processes and automate routine back-office tasks.
Advances in automation are forcing businesses to reimagine their human resources and payroll processing workflows in China.