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The Global Human Capital Trends 2016 report, “The new organization: Different by design,” explores 10 talent-related issues that are having a profound impact on the way organizations approach people management. Read the report below or download a .pdf of the full report.

08/04/2016
Source: Deloitte University Press

近日,人社部发布《人力资源市场条例(征求意见稿)》(下称《征求意见稿》),面向社会征求意见,意见反馈截止于9月8日。 《征求意见稿》共八章58条,包括总则、劳动者求职与流动、用人单位招聘、人力资源服务、公共就业和人才服务、监督与管理、法律责任等。其中,《征求意见稿》规定,从事经营性人力资源服务,应申请行政许可,取得人力资源服务许可证,并在许可的业务范围内开展活动。《征求意见稿》明确,外国公司、企业等拟在中国境内从事人力资源服务活动的,应与中国的人力资源服务机构合资或合作经营设立中外合资或合作机构,不得设立外商独资机构。此外,《征求意见稿》还从多方面对监管作出规定,并列明了相应的法律责任。

The Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security has promulgated the Human Resources Market Regulations (Draft for Comment) (the "Draft for Comment") and is seeking public comments through September 8, 2016. The Draft for Comment consists of 58 articles in eight chapters, including the General Provisions, Job-Seeking and Flow of Workers, Recruitment of Employers, Human Resources Services, Public Employment and Talents Related Services, Supervision and Administration, and Liabilities etc. It is stipulated in the Draft for Comment that companies engaging in commercial human resources services shall apply for administrative permission, acquire a human resources service permit, and carry out business activities within the permitted business scope. In addition, the Draft for Comment states that foreign companies that intend to engage in activities in relation to human resources services within the territory of China shall collaborate with Chinese human resources service agencies to set up a Sino-foreign joint venture or other cooperative agency through joint capital or collaborative operation, and shall not establish any wholly foreign-owned agency. Finally, the Draft for Comment provides for supervision from different perspectives with relevant liabilities clarified.

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The Global Human Capital Trends 2016 report, “The new organization: Different by design,” explores 10 talent-related issues that are having a profound impact on the way organizations approach people management. Read the report below or download a .pdf of the full report.

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