We split the explanation of Beijing authorities’ Answers to Questions of Law Application in the Handling of Employment Disputes published on 24 April 2017 into three parts, in order that the Answers’ main provisions can be easily understood. This is the second part of our explanation.
The circumstances constituting “major changes in objective circumstances”
The Answers provides that“a major change in objective circumstances” means a change after the conclusion of an employment contract that could not be foreseen at the conclusion of the contract, and renders the employment contract or its main articles unenforceable, or makes continued performance result in unfair situations such as excessive cost, which will then in turn make the purpose of the contract difficult to be achieved. Continue Reading Summary of Beijing Authorities’ Answers to Questions of Law Application in the Handling of Employment Disputes (Part Two)