Labor Contract Law of the People’s Republic of China

Labor Contract Law of the People’s Republic of China Adopted at the 28th Session of the Standing Committee of the 10th National People'S Congress of the People'S Republic of China on June 29, 2007 and shall enter into force as of January 1, 2008       Chapter I General Rules Article 1 This Law is enacted and formulated in order to improve the labor contract system, specify the rights and obligations of both parties to the labor contracts, protect the legitimate rights and interests of the workers and construct and develop a harmonious and steady employment relationship. Article 2 The establishment of employment rRead the rest of this entry »

Labour Law of the People’s Republic of China

ISSUED: Adopted at he Eighth Meeting of the Standing Committee of the Eighth National People's Congress on July 5, 1994, promulgated by Order No.28 of the President of the People's Republic of China on July 5, 1994, and effective as of January 1, 1995 Contents Chapter 1 General Provisions Chapter 2 Promotion of Employment Chapter 3 Labour Contracts and Collective Contracts Chapter 4 Working Hours, Rests and Leaves Chapter 5 Wages Chapter 6 Labour Safety and Sanitation Chapter 7 Special Protection for Female Staff and Workers and Juvenile Workers Chapter 8 Vocational Training Chapter 9 Social Insurance and Welfare Chapter 10 Read the rest of this entry »

Could Foreigner Conclude an Open-ended Employment Contract?

Foreigners in China couldn't conclude an open-ended employment contract like chinese employee does. According to "Rules for the Administration of Emloyment of 充气水池 Foreigners in China ", the maximum term of the labour contract may not exceed five years.Inflatable Boat

How does the foreigner obtain employment in China?

1. any foreigner seeking employment in China shall meet the following conditions: (1)18 years of age or older and in good health (2)with professional skills and jeux gonflables job experience required for the work of intended employment;      (3)with no criminal record; (4)a clearly-defined employer; (5)with valid passport or other international travel document in lieu of the passport 2. the employer shall apply the  "Employment License"  for its foreign employee. However, the representatives of the Foreign Representative Office (hereafter referred to as "RO")  don't need the "Employment License".         How to apply for "EmploymentRead the rest of this entry »

How does the foreign representative office in China employ personnel?

 The foreign representative office (hereafter as "RO")  is not allowed to recruit workers and staff in China on their own.  When hiring Chinese personnel, the Foreign RO should do it through the Foreign Service Company.  Thus, the Foreign Service Company and the employee that the representative office needed shall sign the employment contract, and then bouncy castle the representative office as an end-user could sign Labour Dispatch Serivice Contract with Foreign Service Company. Could the Foreign RO hires foreigner as employee? The answer is No,  because the foreign RO couldn't hire the foreign employee by itself, and the Foreign Service Company Read the rest of this entry »

the Length of Probation Period in Employment Contract (China)

How long is the probationary period ? 1.  Where  the labour contract was signed before Jan 1st 2008,  the probation period should be not more than 6 months. 2. Where the labour contract was signed before Jan 1st 2008 in Shanghai,the probationary period depends on the term of the jumping castle labour contract. The term of a labour contract Probation Period  the term of a labor contract  < 6 months no probation period 6months  ≤  the term of a labor contract  < 1 year ≤1 months 1 year  ≤  the term of a labor contract  < 3 years ≤3months 3 year  ≤  the term of a labor contract ≤6 months 3. Where the labourRead the rest of this entry »
 

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