China Employee Terminations: Make Them Mutual When Possible

How to terminate a China employee: make it mutual if you can Terminating China-based employees is difficult. Article 40(2) of China’s Labor Contract Law permits an employer to unilaterally terminate an employee, with severance, if the employee is incompetent and remains incompetent after training or assignment to a different position. In practice…

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