Labour and Social Security
AllBright has extensive theoretical knowledge and practical experience in labour and human resources management.
More than half of the daily legal needs of enterprises are related to labour and human resources, which are important management elements for employers. At the same time, enterprises need legal services in labour and human resource in major matters such as restructuring, investment and M&A, bankruptcy liquidation, intellectual property rights and corporate compliance. Proper handling of issues in labour and human resources management is decisive for the survival and development of employers.
AllBright's labour and social security legal services team consists of nearly 100 professional lawyers across China, most of whom have many years of experience in corporate management and extensive experience in helping clients deal with labour and human resources and social security legal matters. We can assist clients in all major areas of human resources management including but not limited to recruitment and hiring, labour contracts and rules & regulations, salary and benefits, performance management, trade secret protection and non-competition, equity incentive plans, special labour relations, labour safety and health, work-related injuries and occupational diseases, social security annuities and provident funds, trade unions and democratic management, solutions to disciplinary violation, human resource compliance, labour arbitration and litigation. We provide services such as drafting agreements and documents, legal consultation and training, as well as assistance in negotiations, in which way we can help clients protect their legal rights and interests in labour inspection, labour arbitration and litigation proceedings, criminal proceedings or administrative proceedings.
Our lawyers are good at the design of labour contracts and regulations, compliance review of remuneration structures and performance appraisals and the formulation and negotiation of termination of labour relations. In addition, with offices in more than twenty major cities across China covering the major regions of East, North, Northeast, Northwest, Southwest and South Central China, including all municipalities directly under the central government, two major special economic zones and fourteen provincial capitals, we enjoy a special advantage in providing services for labour and social security matters that are particularly geographically specific.