Hiring a foreigner in China usually requires all of the following be true:
The candidate is in good health and over the age of 18
The candidate possesses the skills and work experience required for the job
The candidate has no criminal record
The candidate has a specified employer
The candidate holds a valid passport or any other valid travel document in lieu of passport
Hiring Foreign Employees in China – China Law Blog https://apple.news/AvAAeT3ZcPzC8SkYER83vvg
As multinational companies face stronger headwinds in China, how are local leaders “China CEOs” dealing with the situation, and what would help them move faster?
However, on the whole, most don’t see the business environment in China getting any easier. Most also fear that the policy environment for multinationals in the country will get more challenging. Efforts to increase their agility by simplifying interactions with headquarters or by delayering and accelerating decision-making processes may therefore be a boon for many China CEOs and the organizations they oversee.
Read more here: http://www.mckinsey.com/insights/organization/how_china_country_heads_are_coping
Chinese schools are indeed climbing the engineering list. Tsinghua drew attention for besting MIT, and two other Chinese universities appeared in the top 10. But while these schools score big in the “how much” categories, they do poorly on the “how good” ones.
The median monthly income of fresh university graduates has dropped by almost 20 per cent in the last 20 years, a study has found, prompting calls for a review of education policy.