Seeing red

Gross, Ames; Connor, Andrew
June 2007
Employee Benefit News;Jun2007, Vol. 21 Issue 8, p22
The article discusses the value of human resources/employee fringe benefits to employee recruitment and retention strategies of multinationals operating in China. An overview of the employee turnover rates in China is presented. The challenges facing multinationals in retaining employees in China are explored. It offers information on the compensation standards for employees in China. It highlights the importance of employee training programs to the retention strategy in China.


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