The PRC Employment Contract Law (ECL), the landmark employment law legislation in China, came into effect on 1 January 2008. Its implementing regulations were promulgated and became effective later on September 18 in the same year. Together they outlined various general principles pertaining to the establishment of employment relationships as well as the conclusion, performance, amendment, termination and expiration of employment contracts. However, during their daily operations many employers in China (particularly foreign-invested enterprises) still need to study closer and to fully understand the requirements of the ECL and its implementing regulations.
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