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When In China …. China Labor Law Controls

Posted in Legal News

Just received an email from a friend stating/asking the following (note that I have changed some elements of the email to strip it of any even potentially identifying information): I am heading off again to work for a few years at our China Rep Office.  My new employment contract with the head office says that… Continue Reading

China Law Blog On Huffington Post Live. Friday, November 30, 2012. (TODAY at 1pm EST/10 am PST)

Posted in Events

I will be participating in a Huffington Post Live show on China TODAY.  The show starts at 1 pm EST/10 am PST and it is going to be on the following: Why do American businesspeople “love” Chinese officials. Is this because the key to financial success is finding that government in? Why do expat leaders… Continue Reading

The Basics Of China HR

Posted in China Business

Just read a great post on China HR by my friend Ben Shobert.  The post is wrongly titled, “The Unique Human Resource Challenges in China’s Healthcare Market.”   The post is wrongly titled because the challenges are universal to those doing business in China and are in no way confined to just the healthcare sector…. Continue Reading

To The China Expats Leaving: Don’t Let The Door Hit You On The Way Out

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Did a post the other day, entitled, Will The Last Expat In China Please Turn Off The Lights?  It was on how it seems so many well-known/well-respected expats are leaving China and writing about it.  Got a lot of really good comments to that post, but the most recent one really stood it.  It is… Continue Reading

Will The Last Expat In China Please Turn Off The Lights?

Posted in Recommended Reading

Every few months I read a post that beautifully encapsulates and sums up a festering hot button China issue.  I read such a post today on the Richard Burger’s Peking Duck blog.  Burger himself describes his post (on Facebook) as “A bit of a hodgepodge of a post, but the topic of Westerners’ losing their… Continue Reading