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COVID-19 China Recovering From a Big Hit

Since the end of January, China has been focused on killing off COVID-19. Shocking to see 1.4 Billion Chinese people in lock step to kill off the pandemic at its source. Let’s talk about the economic and cultural impacts. Economically. the effects have been devastating. China did roughly 50 days of social distancing and various […]

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Posted in: China, China economic growth, Chinese Culture

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Your Workers Sticking Together in China, Good or Bad?

At West Point, I was strongly taught to support my classmates and stick to them like glue. Yes, the Army needs that as war requires that. China teaches it to the whole country since the time of Confucious. Is it good that your workers are sticking together(jiang zai yiqi 将在一起) in China? In the present […]

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Posted in: China Recruitment - Getting Good People

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Negotiating Employee Resignation in China

Because the Chinese labor law is very tough on employers, negotiating employee resignation is tough. The first rule of thumb is you have lost all leverage if you have not done everything legally. The candidates we provide will not accept work unless you hire then legally and pay all legal benefits.  Why do they not […]

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Let’s Get Collaboration and Innovation

HBR did a survey of roadblocks to innovation.  They interviewed 270 people in large US companies. They learned that politics, turf wars, lack of alignment and such things are the clear number one problem. Collaboration and innovation as words get thrown around a lot and may be on the wall of many businesses, but writing […]

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Manage the Unseen to Succeed in China

In our business we are data driven to get the consistently right candidates for our customers. Data is usually something measurable, meaningful and reproducible.  However, today I want to note that the most important things in a company are unseen. Invisible things count most actually. Let’s manage the unseen better. For example, every company has […]

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Better Chinese Hire Productivity in the Digital Age

I recently read a book called Reclaiming Conversation:  The Power of Talk in a Digital Age. The author, Sherry Tuckle, notes that it undermines our relationships, creativity, and productivity. China is not immune. A Can we get better Chinese hire productivity in this era? A first loss is conversation ability. Conversation is valuable as it […]

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The Cornovavirus Shows China Quite a Bit

Not an easy time for China. God bless them in this time. Let’s also see what this time shows us about China. The Cornovavirus shows China in ways we can take note of. Due to the Wuhan Cornovavirus, the Jiangsu government issued an order stopping social and entertaining gatherings from meeting – and some businesses. Here […]

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Fraud in China – Don’t Let it Happen to You

Fraud exists in all countries and certainly you can find fraud in China. This CNN article notes a huge privately owned Chinese company, DJI,  that found that at least 29 of their employees had colluded to defraud them and their customers of money. Consider what it takes to get 29 people to work together to […]

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