China Employment Law Update - August 2017
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In This Issue: Guangdong Province High Court Provides Guidance on Labor Disputes Shanghai Second Intermediate Court Issues Employment Dispute White Paper for 2013–2016 Transgender Employee Wins Compensation For Unlawful Termination and Infringement of Personality Rights in Guizhou Master Chef's De Facto Employment Claim Upheld Beijing Labor Arbitration Committee Considers Foreign National Working Outside Approved Location as Illegal Employment Strong Company Policies Shield Employer From Criminal Liability for Employee Criminal Conduct Unilateral Termination for Non- disclosure of Sealed Juvenile Criminal Record Ruled Unlawful Employer Recovers Hukou-related Costs for Employee Breach of Service Years Agreement
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