Foreigners can participate in China’s social insurance scheme but should understand how to claim their insurance payments when they leave the country.
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.
Human Resources and Payroll in China 2019-2020 (7th Edition) is out now and available for download through the Asia Briefing Publication Store.
Beijing’s monthly minimum wage for full-time employees is set to rise on July 1, 2019.
We offer a basic understanding of China’s business etiquette and culture, which can pave the way for better communications and successful agreements.
China’s notoriously grueling ‘996’ work culture – working 12 hours a day (9 am to 9 pm) and six days a week – has recently come under the spotlight.
We highlight key aspects of China’s labor market in 2019, including labor costs, job preferences, talent shortages, and relaxation of hukou limits.
A guide outlining how to calculate and withhold individual income tax (IIT) for both resident and non-resident individuals in China.