Expand into China by employing or relocating key staff to take a first step in exploring the market. Acclime is a professional employer organisation (PEO), and can act as the official employer of record (EOR) for your staff in China while you expand your business. With the support of our trusted partner network, we can facilitate local hiring and employment.
You can start your expansion into China from afar by finding suitable employees to break ground locally, and you can hire your employees before your entity is incorporated. Acclime’s PEO employment solution frees you of the costly and time-consuming need for incorporation while you are exploring the opportunity and waiting for your business case to prove itself.
Acclime provides comprehensive and competent Professional Employer Organization (PEO) services, allowing you to outsource employment until you are ready for the next step.
Our qualified and experienced team helps you employ your staff throughout China in a fully legal way. While Acclime is the official employer of record, your staff are free to work on your business expansion.
Provide us with your employee data, and we will set up the payroll to your specific needs, regardless of what compensation and benefits policy your company has.
Our HR-team can assist in posting job descriptions and interviewing on your behalf, while our trusted network of recruiting firms can headhunt candidates.
The standard workweek is eight hours, five days a week.. Enterprises requiring different standards may, with the approval from the local labour administration, adopt flexible work systems.
Restrictions apply to overtime work. Overtime may not exceed three hours per day and 36 hours per month. This may be longer under special circumstances and subject to agreement with trade unions and employees. Standard overtime wages are:
Employees who have worked continuously for one year or more are entitled to paid annual leave. The amount of annual leave varies according to accumulated years of service, normally 5-20 days a year.
Workers’ wages generally include pay on time basis, pay on piecework basis, bonus, allowance and subsidy, over-time pay, and other payment for special duties.
The following must be provided, but not included in workers’ wages: