Dezan Shira & Associates Presents on Employment Reallocation for Bencham
On April 25, 2018, Dezan Shira & Associates hosted an HR expert seminar together with the Benelux Chamber of Commerce and Bonnard Lawson. Around 20 attendees visited Dezan Shira & Associates’ Shanghai office, listened to two keynote speeches about employee under-performance and employment reallocation, and discussed the practical issues they met in daily HR management.
In the seminar, Dezan Shira & Associates’ Business Advisory Service team manager, Ms. Allan Xu, shared how companies can deal with employment reallocation and termination when restructuring or relocating their business in China.
Allan introduced the common reasons and general strategies for foreign companies to undertake a relocation in China. Allan explained the key risks companies may face in the relocation process from the labor law point of view, and how companies can get through the relocation period smoothly if mass layoffs are needed. “Being well-prepared for the termination in advance, remaining open and transparent in the process, and turning to a professional HR and legal advisory agency for suggestions are all important for business relocation,” Allan says. To finish the speech, Allan presented three interesting case studies to help attendees apply the tips she introduced.
To learn more about Relocation in China, please watch ‘Re-location in China: Site Selection, Legal, HR & Tax Considerations‘.
To learn more about HR and payroll management in China, please read ‘Human Resources & Payroll in China 2017-2018 (6th Edition)’ and ‘Payroll Processing in China: Challenges and Solutions’.
Allan Xu is a manager on the Business Advisory Service team at Dezan Shira & Associates’ Shanghai office, providing legal advisory on foreign direct investment in China. With six years’ work experience as an arbitrator in a district Arbitration Institute in Shanghai, Allan has special expertise in Chinese labor law.
For further questions or assistance about relocation, please contact Allan Xu here.