Labor Compliance Assessment and Risk Prevention

It is widely recognized that comprehensive labor practice regulation training for HR and non-HR staff can help reduce employment risks and build brand trust and partnership.

All labor lawsuits are accessible to the public in China, including your clients. Conflicts with frontline supervisors and managers cause the MOST lawsuits. Due to such non-HR staff philosophy and behaviors, employment costs are increasing, as are practices that are against brand and legal requirements.


  • New employment risks and compliance review
  • Factory HR policies and disciplinary measures: grey areas and risks
  • Labor contract and employment risks and prevention
  • Probationary period risks and compliance
  • Open-ended contract terms and compliance
  • Economic compensation and damages
  • Wages, OT management and pay
  • Annual leave risks and compliance
  • Employment termination risks and compliance
  • Social insurance management risks and compliance
  • Labor dispute handling and prevention.


  • Understanding updates to laws and regulations in China
  • Prevent exposure to legal risks in recruiting staff and concluding labor contracts
  • Understanding the legal requirement for establishing and terminating labor contracts
  • Understanding labor law requirements for annual leave, overtime wages, etc.
  • Familiarizing clients with techniques for the prevention of labor disputes

Who Should Attend:

  • Brand representatives, CSR and HR staff
  • Factory Owner/General Manager, Production Manager, HR / CSR / Administrative Management and staff 
  • Workshop supervisor
  • Others who are interested in labor best practices and development


May 27, 2014 Guangzhou

May 28, 2014 Shanghai



  • FLA Affiliates or those attending both days (both Must-know Labor Practice Regulations and General Occupational Diseases A-Z): 4000 RMB (660USD)/ participant
  • Early Bird (before May 16, 2014): 2300 RMB (380USD)/ participant per day
  • Normal registration (after May 16, 2014): 3000 RMB (500USD)/participant per day
  • Lunch and tea break included