Key considerations for when a company chooses to terminate a senior-level employee, including exposure to legal and reputational risks.
Foreign nationals holding valid Chinese residence permits for work, personal matters, and reunion can enter China without applying for new visas from 0 am, September 28, 2020.
Many foreigners holding a residence and work permit in China are unable to return due to the country’s travel ban. We answer some commonly asked questions.
We discuss the legal options and risks involved for HR managers in China when strategizing their company’s enterprise downsizing and salary reduction plans.
Hong Kong’s Employment Support Scheme provides wage subsidies to eligible HK employers; application for the second tranche closes on September 13.
We answer some commonly asked questions about the IIT subsidy application process in China’s Greater Bay Area based on our on-the-ground experience.
As China gradually opens to international travel, we identify the types of persons who qualify as applicants for China’s M-visas or S2-visas.
We discuss implications and solutions as third-party HR agencies cannot file social insurance in Beijing for employees of non-Beijing resident companies.