As companies in China cut back on manpower to cope with the effects of a slowing economy, employment practitioners share key pointers on how best to manage the increasingly independent and active workforce during the process
Taiwan’s employment laws allow workers to form labour unions and require companies to establish labour-management conferences. Here is everything you need to know about collective bargaining and setting the right working conditions
Guangdong’s collective contract rules give labour unions a more active role and prevent employers from delaying negotiations. Companies must prepare to deal with more informed employees and resolve issues efficiently and effectively
I have heard that underpaying social insurance is a major cause of labour unrest in China. How do I calculate employees’ contribution amounts correctly and ensure all payments are made in compliance with labour and insurance laws? What is the most cost-effective way to handle this?
The Supreme People’s Court has issued new rules regarding work-related injury insurance disputes. They streamline judicial standards by clarifying labour relationships, burden of proof and trial procedures, say Jay Chen and Joe Zou