China is allowing deferral of social insurance premium payments for certain businesses affected by the pandemic. We discuss the conditions.
We explain why setting up a branch office in Beijing is the best option for companies not registered in the city to meet the new social insurance compliance standards.
Shenzhen released a supplementary notice adjusting the 2012 housing fund contribution base on June 26.
China recently released a statistical bulletin outlining the country’s employment, social security, human resource, and public service conditions in the year 2011.
According to a recent notice, the benefits and compensation distributed to injured employees and his/her close relatives through the work-related injury insurance system will be tax exempt.
Mar. 27 – Social security in China is a complex topic because although it is based upon guidelines issued by the central government, the specifics and administration of the system is managed at the local level. This is the only practical method in a country as diverse as China, as any rigid system defining specific […]
China’s southern city of Shenzhen is mulling a plan to lift the employer contribution rate for pension premiums by a further 3 percent.
Starting on January 1, 2012, all types of company employees in Beijing – including non-Beijingnese employees – are required to participate in the city’s maternity insurance program. The maternity allowance given to a female employee will be calculated in accordance with the company’s monthly average wage base for maternity premium payment.