China Employment Law Update - April 2019.

Legal News & Analysis - Asia Pacific - China - Labour & Employment

2 May, 2019


This is the April 2019 issue of the China Employment Law Update.


In this issue:


  • China reaffirms its prohibition on gender discrimination in employment recruiting
  • Mainland China and Hong Kong sign Arrangement on Reciprocal Enforcement of Court Judgments
  • China to reduce social insurance burden on employers
  • Change in rest day arrangement for May 1 Labor Day holiday
  • New emergency response obligations announced by State Council
  • Shandong Province promotes sex neutral hiring practices and workplace protections for female employees
  • Shenzhen offers government subsidies to attract high-end financial talent
  • Guangdong Province loosens hiring restrictions to attract Hong Kong and Macao talent
  • Shanghai's prosecutor office declines to prosecute employer who repays delayed wages
  • Beijing court extends employment for employee who suffers work injury after mutual termination
  • Beijing's express delivery industry signs its first industry-based collective agreement


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