||Friday, 17 December 2021
||1:30 pm – 4:30 pm
||German Centre Taicang
||1,200 RMB per person (the participation fee includes coffee break)
Luther Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft mbH, with some 420 lawyers and tax advisors, is one of the leading corporate law firms in Germany. In addition to having offices in every economic centre throughout Germany, Luther is also present in ten locations across Europe and Asia.
Luther Law Offices in Shanghai employs more than 20 international and local lawyers and is the largest German-speaking law firm in the city.
Luther Shanghai is fully licensed to offer legal services in China and provides advice on all questions of Chinese law. We support foreign investors in the Greater China region on all legal matters with focus on Complex Disputes, Employment law, Corporate/M&A, Compliance & Internal investigations, Commercial and distribution law, IP law, Construction law, IT Law and Tax law. We also provide “one-stop” services covering corporate secretarial services, bookkeeping services, tax filing and payroll services.
With the awareness of employees‘ legal rights, labor disputes are becoming more and more common in daily labor management. Labor disputes can cause severe problems for an organization – not just reputation wise but also financially. Moreover, they reflect the problems during labor management which may reduce motivation and productivity of employees. It is important to identify and immediately address any labor disputes as well as the problems behind.
In this course, participants will gain an overall understanding of labor disputes in China and learn comprehensive strategies on certain issues which will significantly support attendees’ daily work as well as the labor disputes.
Overview of Labor Disputes in China
Main Patterns on Labor Disputes Solution
- Labor Supervision
- Labor Arbitration
- Labor Litigation
- Labor Complaint
Common Disputable Points in Labor Disputes
- Termination and Expiration of Employment Relationship
- Nonpayment or Underpayment of Social Insurance and Housing Fund Contributions
Evidence Requirements in Labor Disputes —— Analysis on the Case Study Basis
- Application of Business Suspension
- Company Relocation
- Unilateral Termination by the Employer
- Misconduct of the Employees
- Significant Change of Objective Circumstances
- Incompetence of the Employees
Tendency of Labor Disputes Solutions in China