Press: Kluwer Law International; 2 edition (January 27, 2009)
Author Name:Hunger, Christopher/ Lam, Louisa/ Lin, Ketong
It’s not easy to find out exactly what you can and can’t do—legally—with the human resources you employ to help run a business in China.
That is, unless you have this well informed, insightful, information-packed guide at hand.
Although it’s concise and easy to understand, it offers—in clear English-comprehensive, accurate and up-to-date guidance on the best HR practice in China for tackling such crucial (and often tricky) employment issues as: recruitment and induction; the employment contract; benefits, retirement, and tax issues; rules covering expatriate and foreign workers; training and development; industrial relations; dispute resolution; and termination and redundancy.
Especially useful in this new edition is its coverage of the recently implemented Labour Contract Law of the PRC, which took effect on 1 January 2008, with its important clarifications in such areas as written contracts and severance pay.
Translations of laws, rules, and regulations manifest CCH’s unchallenged standards of accuracy and clarity.
Employment Law in China will prove immeasurably valuable to line managers, human resource practitioners, company lawyers and other professionals involved in running day-to-day business operations in China.
Users of the first edition quickly found they couldn’t do without it.
This book is replacing the Chinese part of our book in the Asian Business Law Series, Employment Law in Asia (9789041124210.)
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