Archive for July, 2013

GlaxoSmithKline and How to Hurt Yourself by Bad Hiring in China

Discussing ways to get thrown in jail in China, Dan Harris of China Law Blog had this to say among other comments: Much of the time what we are discussing is a plan to hire someone in China who is “really connected” and paying that person enough for them to exert their influence. See the […]

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Hurray! Reform over Breakneck Growth in China

Several articles have come out in recent weeks including this one.  Here is a quote from the article. “The plan is still to induce some short-term pain in exchange for long-term sustainability,” said Yao. “That is still the most sensible choice, but sure, they need to make some marginal adjustments to make sure the economy […]

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12 Reasons Why Recruitment in China is Weak and What We Can Do

The State of Recruitment in China is not good, and I think I know why. Recruitment in China Needs are great and true talent is highly limited Companies ask for the moon in qualifications and get just that on the proposed resumes, but character took a back seat, and the good placement batting average is […]

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