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Interregional Employment: Challenges revealed to“Social Insurance Paid Through a Third party”

Posted in Labor & Employment

By Jiang Junlu Zhang Jingjing King & Wood Mallesons’ Commercial & Regulatory Group

jiang_junluInterregional employment is an increasingly common arrangement in practice. Interregional employment means that the domicile of employer differs from the location where employment contract is performed. The difference is generally caused by the feature of employer’s business. For example, employer is registered in Beijing and does not have any branches in other cities. But employer needs to assign salesmen to work in other cities or directly hire salesmen in these cities for business operation. In this case, employees would be hired by employer registered in Beijing, while their employment contracts are performed in other cities.

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