Are you having challenges to hire and manage employees in China?

Tap onto a wider talent pool in China to fast track your business expansion. 

  This is a common struggle for many high growth companies due to the language barriers, cultural differences and the complex, ever-changing employment laws.  Look no further than our employer of record solution.

  We provide a comprehensive employment solution, so you can focus on your core business while we take care of the rest.

Why Choose Our Employer of Record Solution?

1. Compliance with local employment laws
2. Reduced hiring time and cost
3. Minimized legal and financial risks
4. Dedicated HR support and expertise
5. Seamless onboarding and payroll management
6. Access to a wider talent pool

How Our Employer of Record Solution Works?

Our process is simple and efficient. First, we hire the employee on your behalf and become their  official employer.

  Then, we manage all legal and administrative tasks, including payroll, taxes,  benefits, and compliance.

  Finally, we work closely with you to ensure a smooth and successful
onboarding process.

Why Choose Us as Your Employer of Record?

1. Price transparency
Our solution offers complete transparency in pricing, so you know exactly what you’re paying for and can manage your workforce costs more effectively.

2. Compliance
Our all-in-one compliance management system simplifies HR processes across jurisdictions, freeing up your time to focus on growing your business.

3. Advisory
With our platform, you have access to local compliance experts who can guide you through the complexities of managing a distributed workforce, ensuring that you stay compliant with local laws and regulations.

Get Started Today : Don’t let the complexities of employment laws in china  slow down your business growth.

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China Country Overview

China is the world’s most populous country, with a population of over 1.4 billion people. It is located in East Asia and is the world’s second-largest country by land area. The capital of China is Beijing, and the country has a rich and diverse history dating back over 5,000 years.

  China is a major global economic power and is home to many large and influential companies. The country’s economy is primarily based on manufacturing, with industries including steel, coal, and textiles. China is also a major exporter of consumer goods such as electronics, clothing, and toys.

Capital City



Chinese Yuan (CNY) 

Principal Language

Mandarin Chinese


Single Party Government System

Employment Contracts

Employment contracts in China are legally binding agreements between an employer and employee that outline the terms and conditions of employment. These contracts are governed by Chinese labor laws, which are designed to protect the rights of both employers and employees.

  In China, employment contracts must be in writing and can be signed by both the employer and employee in person or by proxy. The contract should be written in Chinese and a copy should be provided to the employee.

  It is also important to note that employment contracts in China are not renewable and must be renegotiated or renewed if the employer and employee wish to continue the employment relationship.

Working Hours

44 hours a week on average.

Public Holidays

In accordance with the law, these are some of the mandatory holidays in China. 

1. New Year’s Day
2. Spring Festival / Chinese New Year / Lunar New Year’s Day
3. Qingming Festival (Tomb-Sweeping Day)
4. Labor Day (1st May)
5. National Day (1st October)
6. Mid-Autumn Festival
7. Dragon Boat Festival

Employee Benefits

In China, employees are entitled to a range of benefits under the country’s labor laws. These benefits are designed to protect the rights and well-being of workers and can include the following:

1. Minimum wage

Employers in China are required to pay their employees a minimum wage, which is determined by the local government and is reviewed and adjusted regularly.

2. Social insurance:

Employees in China are entitled to social insurance coverage, which includes pension, medical, unemployment, and work-related injury insurance. Employers are required to contribute a certain percentage of the employee’s salary towards these insurance premiums.

3. Paid holidays:

Employees in China are entitled to a certain number of paid holidays each year, including national holidays, annual leave, and special leave for certain circumstances such as marriage or bereavement.

4. Overtime pay:

Employees in China are entitled to overtime pay if they work more than the standard working hours, which are typically 8 hours per day or 44 hours per week. The rate of overtime pay is generally higher than the regular hourly wage.

5. Health and safety:

Employers in China are required to provide a safe and healthy working environment for their employees and to take appropriate measures to prevent accidents and injuries.

6. Maternity and paternity leave:

Female employees in China are entitled to 98 days of maternity leave, and male employees are entitled to 15 days of paternity leave.

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