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Employment & Pensions

China

For your business to be successful, you must manage your employees and their benefits. Yet from employment law compliance to restructurings, transfer of business issues and restrictive covenants, employment law in China is complex and, at times, contradictory. Our specialists can help you navigate the maze of HR regulations, policy documents and other legal complexities you must contend with on a daily basis.

If your business crosses borders, you will be faced with additional legal hurdles before achieving the outcome you need. With a global network covering 34 countries, we can help solve your problems across all the jurisdictions in which you operate - whether your issue relates to employment contracts, pension schemes, international secondment or executive transfers, redundancies, employment dispute resolution, trade union/staff representative relations or litigation. We also help you keep abreast with the latest legislation and regulation development through in-house management trainings. 

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    26/04/2016
    New Up­dates on China So­cial In­sur­ance Policies
    China In­sight - Em­ploy­ment & Pen­sions
    02/03/2016
    Re­duc­tion of La­bour Costs
    Chna In­sight - Em­ploy­ment & Pen­sions
    28/01/2016
    La­bour Dis­patch: the Dead­line is Ap­proach­ing, Are You...
    China In­sight - Em­ploy­ment & Pen­sions

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    08/01/2019
    Em­ploy­er’s ob­lig­a­tions in em­ploy­ees’ spe­cial ad­di­tion­al de­duc­tions...
    Un­der the PRC In­di­vidu­al In­come Tax Law, the em­ploy­er is the with­hold­ing agent for in­di­vidu­al in­come tax for the re­mu­ner­a­tion of the em­ploy­ees which have been paid by the em­ploy­er. Ac­cord­ing to the PRC In­di­vidu­al In­come Tax Law which was amended and be­came.
    20/12/2018
    In­di­vidu­al in­come tax de­fer­ral policy trialed in China
    The Chinese gov­ern­ment makes ef­forts on re­du­cing the tax bur­den of em­ploy­ees. One of the meas­ures is to make tri­al of the In­di­vidu­al In­come Tax (“IIT”) de­fer­ral policies in some areas by al­low­ing the em­ploy­ees to de­duct the ex­pendit­ures of pur­chas­ing com­mer­cial.
    15/08/2018
    China Em­ploy­ment Law Up­date on Labor Costs 
    The Chinese gov­ern­ment has been fo­cused on re­du­cing the labor costs of com­pan­ies in the past sev­er­al years. Un­for­tu­nately be­cause of the con­tinu­ous in­crease of the liv­ing costs in the so­ci­ety, it is not easy for the Chinese gov­ern­ment to achieve its tar­gets.
    17/05/2018
    Ar­ti­fi­cial In­tel­li­gence and Ro­bot­ics: From a La­bour and Tax Per­spect­ive...
    Mod­ern in­form­a­tion tech­no­logy, in­tel­li­gent al­gorithms and pro­duc­tion ro­bots are strongly in­flu­en­cing the work­ing world in the 21st cen­tury. Every­day tasks are already be­ing per­formed by in­tel­li­gent al­gorithms.