Recent developments in Chinese Labor
Frau Ying Wang
12.10.2015 um 18:30 Uhr
Ying Wang is a partner of Bird & Bird LLP in International HR Services Group, based in Shanghai. She has more than 15 years' experience across the full range of employment issues, including various PRC labour and social insurance regulatory matters, mass layoffs, labour disputes, M&A-related matters, cross-border employment, and daily corporate labour issues. In addition, Ying was appointed as a Part-time Arbitrator of the Shanghai Labour Dispute Arbitration Committee in September 2004 and advises on labour arbitration and litigation.
Ying's clients include multinational companies and Fortune 500 companies in various industries such as commercial banking, investment banking, FMCG, retail, luxury, IT and automobile. Ying also advises start-up companies and newly-established Foreign Invested Enterprises (FIEs), including M&A and restructures. Admitted as a solicitor in China, Ying holds an LLB from Fudan University Law School, Shanghai.
Profile of Bird & Bird
Bird & Bird was formally established in 1846, and has 27 offices across Europe, Asia and Australia (including Abu Dhabi, Beijing, Bratislava, Brussels, Budapest, Copenhagen, Dubai, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, The Hague, Hamburg, Helsinki, Hong Kong, London, Lyon, Madrid， Milan, Munich, Paris, Prague, Rome, Shanghai, Singapore, Skanderborg, Stockholm, Sydney and Warsaw) with more than 1,200 lawyers and legal practitioners.
As a truly global firm, Bird & Bird works as a whole, providing seamless and comprehensive services to our clients. Our clients do not have to be worried about the difference between the offices and lawyers in different jurisdictions. Bird & Bird’s work covers all areas of law – particularly in intellectual property, anti-trust, corporate, aviation and defence and employment where the firm has a significant impact. Our International HR Services Group has 27 offices across the globe and provide the following services:
- Employment contracts and procedures
- Employee benefits
- Industrial relations
- Business Immigration
- Business Secrets
- Labour Disputes
- Employee’s Privacy and Personal Data
- HR Legal Training