Tag Archives: China

Squire Sanders Labor and Employment Seminar: What Every Business Needs to Know About Having Employees Outside the U.S.

Squire, Sanders & Dempsey will present a complimentary labor and employment seminar on September 14.  This seminar will provide participants with an understanding of the essential characteristics of employment laws in China, Germany and the UK. Squire Sanders’ global Labor & Employment Practice Group co-leaders Susan M. DiMickele and Caroline Noblet, joined by partners Nicholas … Continue Reading

Additional Costs To Consider When Terminating Employees in China

As previously reported here, employers in China must consider several costs when making employment termination decisions.  In addition to severance pay as previously noted, employers should consider: accrued but unused statutory vacation days as well as compensation for non-compete obligations.  Accrued But Unused Statutory Vacation Days In China, employers are required to pay daily salary … Continue Reading

Costs to be Considered When Terminating Employees in China

Employers in China must consider the cost as well as the risk when making employment termination decisions.  So how does an employer determine cost of the termination?  One factor that employers must examine: severance pay. Severance Pay. One month salary in lieu of the notice: for certain termination grounds, such as non-performance, employers must give … Continue Reading