Every year, MPS and local authority update China’s visa policies applied to foreign experts, entrepreneurs and employees. “Jing 20” and Income Tax Reform are more impactful on European companies’ strategies in China.
In this working group meeting, Ms Nicole Tan from Lee & Lee Associates will provide information together with her experience in visa and residence permit application, as well as cost efficiency in HR management (e.g. social insurance). Hiring & Retention is always a hot topic in SMEs community. Recently China has shown the trend of the rise in its HR cost and frequent changes in entry and middle-level positions. This meeting will discuss how your company can keep key talents to maintain company’s core competitiveness and find a good and trustful manager in a local Chinese city.
Following the policy update, Mr Jean-Baptiste Audran, General Manager and Founder of Scout Real Estate will share with SMEs his experience in finding local talent and build up a RIGHT team for the company.
Time: 2016-11-29 | 14:00pm – 16:30pm
Venue: European Union Chamber of Commerce in China, Room C411
Address: Lufthansa Centre, 50 Liangmaqiao Road Chaoyang District, Beijing
- Working Permit in China and Payroll System
- Internal HR Management: How to Build the Right Team?
14:00pm – 14:30pm Registration
14:30pm – 14:35pm Opening Remarks
14:35pm – 15:15pm Visa Policy and Payroll – Ms Nicole Tan, Lee & Lee Associates
15:15pm – 15:20pm Break
15:20pm – 16:00pm Internal HR Management – Mr Jean-Baptiste Audran, Scout Real Estate
16:00pm – 16:30pm Q&A / Networking
This meeting is free of charge, but only open to European small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and SME intermediary organisations such as embassies or consulates, chambers of commerce and trade associations only.
If you would like to attend, please send an email to Erica Wang (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call (010) 6462 2066 ext. 27.