Last week, the Guangdong provincial government announced that they will increase the province’s statutory minimum wages from July 1, 2018.
Work hour systems define specific work hours, rest periods, and overtime rates for employees. In China, there are three main legally defined work hour systems: the standard work hour system, the comprehensive work hour system, and the non-fixed (flexible) work hour system.
Recent legal and regulatory developments – namely the sweeping new Cybersecurity Law and a campaign to “clean up” the Internet – have called into question the status quo of VPN usage in China.
Chinese work permits are tied to the employer, which means that when changing jobs, the work permit must also be transferred to the new employer. Here, we look at how to transfer work permits between employers.
Last July, the Ministry of Public Security started issuing a new generation of China’s Green Card. In this article, we look at the details of China’s new green card.
In China, newly wed employees are entitled to marriage leave – extra days of paid leave. Here, we take a look at China’s marriage leave policy.
China’s cloud technology industry is expected to grow to US$103 billion by 2020 as companies continue to digitize their business data and internal systems. The growing demand for cloud technology has led to both domestic and foreign IT companies rolling out new cloud services for Chinese consumers and businesses.
The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is quietly working before its implementation. Here, we look at how companies are preparing for the law.