Human Resources and Payroll in China 2015 – New Publication from China Briefing

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Human Resources and Payroll in China 2015, now available through the Asia Briefing Bookstore, provides a firm understanding of China’s laws and regulations related to human resources and payroll management – essential information for foreign investors looking to establish or already running a foreign-invested entity in China, local managers, and HR professionals needing to explain complex points of China’s labor policies.

China-HR-&-Payroll-Guide-coverIn China, there is a wide range of government institutions involved in HR processes, and while key laws are drafted by the central government, numerous bylaws and regulations are instituted at a local level. The topic is too complex to be covered in complete detail in one book, so the term “guide” is quite appropriate for the nature of this publication. However, companies should still seek professional advice to deal with any specific situation they face relating to HR.

Human Resources and Payroll in China 2015 covers the following subjects;

  1. Recruiting
  2. Hiring Staff
  3. Payroll and Straff Administration
  4. Terminating Employees
  5. Work and Business Visas
  6. Financial Implications

This guide was produced in consultation with Dezan Shira & Associates, a specialist foreign direct investment practice providing corporate establishment, business advisory, tax advisory and compliance, accounting, payroll, due diligence and financial review services to multinationals investing in emerging Asia.

Since its establishment in 1992, the firm has grown into one of Asia’s most versatile full-service consultancies with operational offices across China, Hong Kong, India, Singapore and Vietnam as well as liaison offices in Italy, Germany and the United States. Dezan Shira & Associates’ experienced business professionals are committed to improving the understanding and transparency of investing in emerging Asia.


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