On September 23, David Niu, Human Resources & Payroll Services Senior Manager, will discuss how companies can adapt their HR policies to properly support their organization amidst the changes brought on by the Covid-19 outbreak.
Covid-19’s effects have been felt across all aspects of work life for companies and employees. Travel bans and outbreaks have deeply impacted the way people work, driving companies to adapt their HR practices and policies to fit a new “normal.” Although the impacts of Covid-19 have already been felt for several months, many companies are still struggling to understand how their HR polices can be adapted to properly support their organization.
Join David Niu, Senior Manager on Dezan Shira & Associates’ Human Resources & Payroll Services team, as he discusses interpretations of HR polices in the context of the Covid-19 pandemic.
David will examine the impacts the pandemic has had on employees, employers, and expats, and discuss ways companies can “conquer” the pandemic and avoid layoffs through other HR alternatives.
- Introduction of the Covid-19 Outbreak
- HR policies impacting employees
- Leave related polices, work arrangements, remuneration and benefits, salary, unemployment benefits
- HR policies impacting employers
- Social insurance, subsidies for training, remuneration and benefits, employment contract suspension
- HR polices for expats
- Travel ban
- New foreign visas
- Key considerations and takeaways
- Compliance on salary reductions
- Terminating employment contracts
- Tax changes for expats under the travel restrictions
This seminar will be hosted in partnership with Servcorp.
Servcorp members: free / Non Members: 50 RMB
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