September Issue of China Briefing Out Now
In this issue we look at the development of outsourced payroll services in China. With recent legislation in labor law, and with China’s national social security and mandatory welfare payments varying regionally, managing China payroll is an increasingly complex matter. We examine the compensation of employees, both local and expatriate, social security and individual income tax considerations, and the requirements of payroll processing management in China, as well as its deliverables and the optimization of your workforce salary structure. We also continue our 3TC series, taking a look at five regional second- and third-tier cities.
Included in this issue:
Social security and IIT considerations
The second- and third-tier cities of Qingdao, Wuxi, Xiamen, Taiyuan, and Urumqi
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