TCC has been deeply involved with major organisational re-development programmes, that have gone through the following processes;
- Internal Audit, including staff interviews, questionnaires and workshops
- Analysis and reporting to Senior Management;
- Collaborative planning exercises to develop and enhance the organization design and structure.
- Formal Assessments; one such re-organization involved over 80 Hogan assessments
- Agreed re-development plan including re-engineering processess and remuneration
- Structural redesign
For Multi National businesses entering China, there will be important questions about building a team. These might include:
- HR Budgeting and remuneration plans.
- Recruitment options, and costings.
- Employment Contracts and non-competes.
- Social Insurance costings.
- Staff handbooks.
- Training costs and retention planning.
- Development plans and coaching.
- Exit strategies.
The Labour Laws in China
It is important for foreign business entering China to gain a full understanding of China’s Labour law, as part of setting up business. TTC has strong experience helping multi-nationals with parts of the Labour law that may differ from their country of origin, including;
- What are the mandatory sections of an Employment Contract?
- What is the mandatory probation period for a 1, 2 or 3 year contract.
- What are the merits and demerits of an open-ended contract.
- How do social insurances work?
- What other key parts of the Employment Contract Act of 2008, must I understand when hiring?
- What are the potential risks of an inadequate employment contract.
- Why would an employment agency be a better solution than hiring direct?
TTC Support Processes
TTC can arrange networking with key partners and professional services providers, including:
- Legal support.
- Accounting support.
- Tax and Customs professionals.
- Strategic Advisors.
- Government Officers.