Foreign travelers have several options for transit visa exemptions when traveling through China between two different countries, including 24, 72, or 144 hour transit visa exemptions.
This issue analyzes how automating back office operations can enable businesses to leverage their human capital and focus on value added service provisions.
China issues several different types of visas for a variety of purposes. Here, we provide details on all of the different types of visas and their applications and permitted uses.
Hebei province is raising its minimum wage rate from November 1, 2019, after three years, and hopes to transition into an advanced manufacturing base.
Retaining talent can be challenging for firms in China. We discuss the employee retention strategies that will keep staff motivated at the workplace.
Social insurance exemption for foreigners in China can be a valuable asset for employers and foreign employees to save on unnecessary costs.
Companies based in China need to understand its complex social security system to stay compliant and maintain strong relations with employees. We address some frequently asked questions.
The Social Security Agreement between China and Japan took effect September 1, according to China’s Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security (MHRSS).