iAdvisory Clinic : Dealing with China Labour Law Amendment

Tue, 24 Jun, 2014, 2:30 PM - 5:30 PM (GMT+8)
230 Victoria Street, Level 10, Bugis Junction Office Building Singapore

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The amended labour contract law, stipulating the number of dispatched workers an enterprise can hire, has come into effect in China. This new amendment could impact existing employment models and increase labour costs of companies in China. Companies have been given a two-year grace period to adjust their current employment models to comply with the amendment.

Ms Karen Li, Legal Manager of China Talent Group from Shanghai, will share the details of the amendment and advise Singapore companies on the best approach to handle the new amendment during this interim period. She will also address some of the common questions that companies have about the amendment like:

  • What are the legal risks associated with this amendment?
  • How can one handle social insurance benefits for cross-region labour dispatch?
  • How does one interpret the principle of “equal pay to equal work” stipulated in the new regulation?

Date :   24 Jun 2014 (Tue)
Time :   2.30 - 5.30pm
Venue : IE Singapore, Little Red Dot Seminar Room, 230 Victoria Street, Level 10, Bugis Junction Office Tower
Price :   $40 Nett (Payment via credit card only)


中国已正式实施<<劳动合同法俢正案>> (简称<<修正案>>),这将对劳务派遣制度进行新的规范并明确控制劳务派遣用工数量, 势必会给企业及外资在中国现行的用工模式带来严重的冲击。


企业的相关的法律风险又是什么?,易才集团上海法律部的李家嘉女士将会为大家解读, 并配以相关的方案及解答有关中国劳动法应用问题。


  1. 三性及用工比例如何定义
  2. 同工同酬的理解
  3. 派遣员工的退回和解除
  4. 异地社保缴纳的问题
  5. 过渡期条款的适用规则


iAdvisory Clinic : Dealing with China Labour Law Amendment

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