|Duration: Half Day||Price: £295 + VAT, €345 / $395|
This highly practical approach to essential employment law and practice in China provides professionals who have, or expect to have, responsibility for staff in China with up to date, quality information on relevant Chinese employment law and practice.
This seminar will clarify the legislative framework and new legal developments in China. It will also address the practical aspects of managing a cross-cultural workforce, and provide an accurate understanding of critical Chinese employment issues to consider when setting up and maintaining operations in China.
- Summary of Chinese employment laws: core issues, developments and trends
- Clear explanations of the impact of local laws on employment practices, facilitated by practical application to workplace scenarios
- Practical employment contract drafting exercise
- Learn how to manage operations in China: attracting talent and successful expansion through mergers and acquisitions
- Network and share experiences with other HR professionals with responsibility for China
- Become equipped to advise colleagues on vital aspects of employment law issues in China
If you would like to attend this course, please call +44 (0)20 7549 2549 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. We offer a discount when multiple bookings are made at the same time - please ask for details.
Jeffrey Wilson - JunHe
I specialise in labour law and have almost two decades of experience assisting multinational corporations with labour and corporate law matters in the China region.
After developing a background in PRC corporate law and mergers and acquisitions (M&As), I have focused exclusively on PRC labour law since 2006. I advise multinational corporations on labour issues relating to corporate restructuring and M&As. I represent clients regarding reductions in force and employee transfer issues, and draft and review numerous employment contracts and employee manuals. I also advise clients on stock option, data privacy and employee benefit issues, as well as issues relating to the employment of foreign nationals in China.
I assist the American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai to prepare position papers for submission to National People’s Congress and State Council regarding the Labor Contract Law, Implementing Regulations to Labor Contract Law, Employment Promotion Law, and Social Insurance Law.
I am a key individual for JunHe Law offices, which provides employment services out of six offices in the PRC. The full-service team is particularly noted for handling employment matters for foreign invested enterprises. It acts on layoffs, non-competition agreements, employee transfer and labour disputes, and also handles HR-related matters such as creating and negotiating both individual and collective labour contracts, drafting employee manuals and preparing company policy and regulations.