Employment law Asia, Volume 2
For ' best practice' advice on employment laws in Asian countries and clear explanations of how these laws work in practice, Employment Law in Asia is unmatched. it outlines the practical aspects of managing a regional cross-cultural workforce, As well as providing an accurate, timely picture of critical employment issues in the region. For each of twelve Asian countries - China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, India, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, The Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, and Vietnam -Employment Law Asia covers such crucial issues as the following: recruiting, selecting, hiring and induction the employment contract training and development benefits, retirement and related tax issues termination and redundancy industrial relations expatriate and foreign workers. With Employment Law in Asia, human resources managers and consultants and employment lawyers will save significant time and money in researching and resolving Asian employment law. This title forms part of the Asia Business Law Series. The Asia Business Law Series is published in cooperation with CCH Asia and provides updated and reliable practical guidelines, legislation and case law, In order to help practitioners, policy makers and scholars understand how business is conducted in the rapidly growing Asian market. This book was originally published by CCH Asia as the loose-leaf Employment Law in Asia There is a revised edition available on the Chinese part of this title. Employment Law in China, 2nd edition (9789041127891.)
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