China Employment Law Update - February 2016
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In This Issue Significant Changes to China’s Family Planning Law will Impact Employee Leave Entitlements New Regulations on Residence Permits for PRC-Nationals Take Effect Supreme People’s Court Clarifies Issues Relating to Crimes of Jeopardizing Work Safety Highest Court in Shenzhen Issues Clarification on Labor Dispute Matters Highest Court in Nanjing Finds Labor Dispatch Arrangement Invalid Court Dismisses Employee’s Claim for Compensation Due to Delayed Income Tax Beijing Court Ruled Employer Cannot Deem Team Outing as Annual Leave Beijing Court Rules Against Employee’s Claim After Signing Settlement Agreement Court Ruled Termination Unlawful Even in Office Shut Down Situation
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