Hired...and Fired! The Full Employment Cycle

Shanghai, China | September 27, 2016

Strong HR management can have a considerable impact on your company’s performance in China’s increasingly competitive marketplace. Foreign businesses may find it difficult to find the best talent and to navigate China’s complex labour regulations when hiring or terminating employees.

AustCham Shanghai will welcome Adam Livermore, Partner at Dezan Shira and Associates, as well as other HR experts to offer practical advice on how to recruit, hire and fire staff in China. The event will cover several topics of vital importance to business owners and HR managers, including:

- Particularities of Chinese talent recruitment
- Hands-on tips to find your next staff in China
- Legal issues to consider when hiring new employees
- Key points employers should pay attention to during the termination process

Adam will also share his experience in a Q&A discussion following the presentations.

Location: Anken Rooftop, 668 Huai'An Road (near Xi Suzhou Road), Jing’An District, Shanghai, China
上海市静安区淮安路668号安垦绿色2E室(近西苏州路)

Time: 3.00-5.00pm

Cost: 150RMB for AustCham members, 250RMB for non-members

Registration: To register, please contact holly.hong@austchamshanghai.com.

About the speaker

Adam Livermore is the newest equity partner at Dezan Shira & Associates. Born in London, he has been living in China for the past ten years and is proficient in Chinese and Japanese. Adam manages Dezan Shira & Associates' Dalian, Qingdao and India offices while leading integrated payroll processing client services across China, Vietnam, India, Hong Kong and Singapore. Adam has a particular specialisation in the areas of Human Resources in China, relating to both the legal and administration aspects as well as possessing a comprehensive understanding of the key legal and accounting topics related to foreign direct investment in China.

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Event Info

Sep 27, 2016
Location & Time Shanghai, China | September 27, 2016
VENUES Anken Rooftop, 668 Huai'An Road (near Xi Suzhou Road), Jing’An District