Can My Employer Terminate Me Without Cause and Severance Pay?

By Yueqing Li

It is quite common for Chinese employers to stipulate in the employment contracts with foreign employees that either party can terminate the contracts upon giving the other party three to six months’ written notice in advance.

Employee Termination In China From Employer's Perspective - HROne
Termination of Labor Contract in China

Labor disputes arise frequently under such circumstances, and the major focal…

Update on Jahwa General Manager Employment Case

January this year, I wrote a post commenting on the then ongoing high-profile employment dispute involving the general manager, Mr. Wang Zhuo and his employer, Shanghai Jahwa Corporation, a listed company in China. You can click here for more: https://www.sinoblawg.com/?cat=7.

Today, a piece of news ran on a news website shedding the final lights on the case.…

Changes brought about by Chinese new social security law

The new Law of the People’s Republic of China on Social Security (hereinafter, the “New Law”) has taken effect as from July 1st, 2011, revamping the old social security/insurance systems. Apparently, this New Law will bring about a few changes to people that are worthy of note.

1. Non-local people will be covered by social insurances

Previously, not …