Termination & Redundancy in China
The current pandemic is putting a great weight on enterprises in China. Be it due to current difficulties or foreseeing economic challenges ahead, companies across the country are reducing their workforce to save on labour costs. However, dismissal in China is restricted and mistakes can be costly.
AustCham Shanghai invites you to join this panel discussion related to organisations and individuals, in which two experts will talk about their previous experiences and professional advices for organisation and personal perspectives.
Senior Partner & Vice-President
River Delta Law Firm
Attorney Qu has been awarded an LL.M. degree with distinction in the UK. Her working languages are Chinese and English. She has been engaged in the practice of Employment Law for more than ten years, making her an expert in the areas of labor law and HR compliance.She has provided litigation and non-litigation services for the aforementioned corporations many times with a significant social impact. Attorney Qu has also been invited by many institutions, government departments and enterprises to give public or internal trainings on nearly one hundred occasions, and her expertise as well as her teaching style are highly spoken by the audiences.
Arie Schreier has over 20 years of management experience with companies and diplomatic missions throughout Asia, Australia and South America. He has spent the last 17 years managing logistics, administration, HR, recruiting, finance and manufacturing operations for foreign companies in China.