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#74  Apr 11, 2014    email version


Detailed interpretation of the interim regulations on labor dispatching (Part One)


Enterprises should carefully streamline all positions and reasonably define principal business positions and auxiliary positions. This is the prerequisite for its final definition to be legally recognized.

雇佣动态 / Employment Express
  • 企业所得税15%税率政策花落三地

    15% Corporate Income Tax Will Be Implemented for Three Areas


    According to a document jointly promulgated by the Ministry of Finance and the State Administration of Taxation, the corporate income tax for encouraged industries in Hengqin New Area of Zhuhai, Pingtan Comprehensive Pilot Zone of Fujian, and Qianhai Shenzhen-Hong Kong Modern Service Cooperation Area of Shenzhen will be levied at a preferential rate of 15%. The preferential policy will be enacted from January 1, 2014 until December 31, 2020.

  • 李克强:较大幅度提高小微企业所得税优惠

    Li Keqiang: Substantial Expand the Scope of Small and Micro Enterprises Entitled to Preferential Tax Rate


    When presiding over a recent executive meeting of the State Council, Premier Li Keqiang pointed out to significantly increase the coverage of small and micro enterprises that are entitled to halved corporate income tax rate, which is currently available to those with an annual taxable income of no more than RMB 60,000. In addition, the deadline of such a preferential policy will be extended to the end of 2016.

  • 北京:公积金贷款额最高缩减5万元

    Beijing: Loan Amount with Housing Provident Fund Cut by RMB 50,000 to the Maximum


    From April onwards, Beijing Housing Provident Fund Center will approve loan credit with housing provident fund based on the latest minimum wages of Beijing. According to the loan credit calculation formula, taking a maximum credit line of RMB 800,000 as an example, the loan amount for singles will be reduced by around RMB 20,000, while that for the married will be cut by around RMB 50,000.

  • 广州发布“异地户籍参保人超龄继续缴费条件”指引文件

    Guangzhou Released the Guidance Document on "Continued Contribution Conditions of Those Whose Hukou Is Not in Guangzhou after Reaching Retirement Age"


    Guangzhou Municipal Human Resources and Social Security Bureau recently issued a guidance document on the "continued contribution conditions for people whose hukou is not in Guangzhou after reaching retirement age", specifying how people whose hukou is not in Guangzhou should collect their old-age pension in Guangzhou if they haven't contributed the endowment insurance for 15 years in Guangzhou but had contributed in other provinces before, in addition to some other related matters.

  • 7省市上调最低工资 上海居首

    Seven Provinces and Municipalities Raised the Minimum Wage, with Shanghai Topping Others


    So far, seven provinces and municipalities in China have raised the minimum wage in 2014. Seeing from the absolute number, Shanghai, with a monthly minimum wage of RMB 1820 and hourly minimum wage of RMB 17, tops all other provinces and municipalities in China.

  • 38%


    According to a research report recently released by the consulting firm of Universum, only 21% of Chinese college students want to work in foreign-funded enterprises after graduation, lower than the 38% in 2013. More and more Chinese students (18%) want to work in start-ups after graduation, higher than the 6% in 2013.

  • 7420


    Beijing Municipal Human Resources and Social Security Bureau recently released the endowment insurance contribution standards of urban and rural residents in 2014. Compared with last year, this year's minimum contribution standard is RMB 1000 Yuan/year, and the maximum standard is RMB 7420 Yuan/year.

  • 8297


    HR service provider 51job recently issued the city ranking of salaries in the Internet industry. Beijing, with an average salary of RMB 8297, ranks at the top, followed by Shanghai (RMB 7994) and Shenzhen (RMB 7003).

  • 11.76万


    It is reported that the banking sector is striving to reduce the number and proportion of dispatched workers on the whole. Currently, the four major banks of China (ICBC, CBC, ABC, and BOC) have a total number of 117,600 dispatched workers, the number of which was 172,900 at the end of 2011.

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