Our experts discuss the cloud-based solutions available to businesses in China as work-from-home becomes increasingly the norm after the COVID-19 outbreak.
COVID-19 is forcing businesses around the world to work-from-home. Our experts explain how enterprises can manage this efficiently and securely.
China has relaxed some norms that regulate how foreigners can apply for permanent residency in the country.
China is temporarily reducing social insurance commitments on SMEs to combat the financial stress caused by the Covid-19.
Factories and offices in China will start opening from today – Monday, February 10 – after the extended Lunar New Year holiday due to the coronavirus outbreak. Note, there will be regional variations.
China has extended the national Lunar New Year / Spring Festival holiday to curb mass movement and restrict need for immediate travel.
We answer frequently asked questions by HR personnel regarding the management of employees during the coronavirus outbreak, including meeting key legal compliances.
Dezan Shira & Associates’ Chris Devonshire-Ellis reflects on the impact of the coronavirus outbreak on China business projections and the need to keep staff motivated during this period.