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        Human resources in China presents its own set of challenges for companies. In the case of foreign companies, such as China WFOEs, you may find that labour and employment laws in China are very different to those in your home nation that you may be accustomed to.

        This leaves employers with a choice:

        “Learn a whole new set of labour and employment laws, or outsource the HR to experts who will give you the best possible advice to suit your needs in China.”


        Rely on local experts in employment and labour law to look after your company’s human resources in China and undertake all of the above activities on your behalf.

        Hongda's team of China HR experts have comprehensive knowledge of the latest laws and changes which may affect your business in Shenzhen or Guangdong province, and are therefore positioned to give you the best possible advice. By outsourcing your company's HR to Hongda Business Services you will gain:

        • 益母草粉More time益母草粉 to concentrate on your business
        • 益母草粉Less risk益母草粉 as there is no need to hire local HR staff
        • 益母草粉Lower costs益母草粉, as our affordable costs are less than hiring and maintaining staff members



        In addition to the above standard China HR services available from Hongda for companies in Shenzhen, Guangzhou, and the PRD, we also offer:

        益母草粉Annual labour system audit益母草粉: Hongda will audit your company’s labour system from top to bottom as a one off service, or annually. In doing this we will:

        • Draft and create labour rules for staff
        • Create a staff handbook for current staff and new hires
        • Train your HR to manage your staff according to local labour laws
        • Audit your business activities and the working method of staff to assess that everything is as efficient and legal as possible
        • Produce a report, in plain English, outlining the current labour system’s strengths, weaknesses, and give suggestions and options that can be followed to improve your business