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Workshop: Creative ways to restructure employee compensation (Beijing)

BritCham / CBBC
Event type HR & Training Forum
Date Wednesday, September 24th, 2014
Time
09.30-09:45  Welcome address and introductions
09.45-10:15  Legal perspective
10.15-10.45  Tax perspective
10.45-11.15  HR perspective
11.15-12.00  Q&A
12.00 Event ends
Open for All welcome
Cost Members 100 RMB Non-Members 200 RMB
Contacts sophie.xie@cbbc.org.cn; 010-85251111 ext. 368
Venue The British Business Centre, Beijing
Organiser BritCham / CBBC
Address Room 1001, China Life Tower, 16 Chaoyangmenwai Dajie
北京朝阳区朝阳门外大街16号中国人寿大厦1001室英国商务中心
 
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Recent reports suggest that Chinese companies are now offering packages that match or beat those of overseas competitors, meaning that foreign companies lack some of the pull they once enjoyed. 
 
As competition for the best talent continues to escalate, and retention of outstanding staff remains a key challenge for many organisations in China, the BritCham/CBBC HR & Training Forum invites you to join our panel discussion to hear three experts in law, tax and HR offer new ways to restructure your compensation offering to attract and retain the best staff. 
 
Members and non-members of BritCham/CBBC are welcome. We are pleased to offer members a half-price discount.
 
1. Legal
Johnny Choi, Managing Associate at Simmons & Simmons, Beijing
As demand for talent grows, companies are seeking ways to maximise the effectiveness of their compensation and benefits packages to retain and attract new talent. In this session, we will examine different types of incentive compensation and benefits and how to structure the terms and conditions around them to maximise their effectiveness and avoid pitfalls. We will cover:
  • Bonuses (sign-on bonus, retention bonus and discretionary performance bonus)
  • Thirteenth month salary and allowances
  • Commercial insurance plans
  • Stock options
  • Benefits in kind
  • Training contracts
  • Company offered leave
About the presenter
Johnny advises multinational clients on employment, remuneration and anti-corruption matters in the PRC. He has extensive experience in all areas of employment law and expertise in advising financial institutions and multinational clients on employee compensation and incentive schemes. He also recently led a number of investigations into alleged corruption at PRC subsidiaries of multinational companies and advised the clients on related compliance and employment issues. 
Johnny was named as “Associate to watch” in the PRC employment category by Chambers Asia 2013 & 2014. He qualified in New South Wales, Australia and holds a LLB and a Bachelor of Commerce double degree from the University of New South Wales. He is fluent in English, Mandarin and Cantonese.
 
2. Tax
Huan Wang, Director of Global Employer Services, Tax at Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Certified Public Accountants LLP, Beijing branch
Nowadays offering a tax-efficient compensation package is one of the key factors in attracting employees. In this session, we will discuss tax-planning opportunities for both expatriate and local employees, in particular:
  • Offering tax-free benefits to foreign employees;   
  • Claiming time apportionment filing by foreign senior executives;
  • Utilising the preferential taxing method granted to annual bonus and stock-based incentive plans;
  • Tax deferral treatment to enterprise annuities
About the presenter
Huan Wang is a Partner with the Global Employer Services Group of Deloitte’s Beijing office. She has over 19 years of experience providing tax service to MNCs, including tax compliance; tax planning; assisting clients during the tax audit conducted by Chinese tax authorities; evaluating new laws and regulations as they are introduced and assessing their impact on clients’ operations in China; and assisting clients in applying for tax reductions or exemptions in accordance with the criteria for preferential treatment as laid down by the Chinese authorities. Huan is a PRC Certified Tax Accountant.  
 
3. HR
Susie Bates, Director of Human Resources & Talent at The Interpublic Group of Companies
There are many ways to pull all these ideas together and provide creative compensation packages which attract and retain great talent. In this session we will look at how to get more for less while adding to your employee value proposition.
 
About the presenter
Susie has been living and working in senior organizational development and HR roles in Beijing, China since spring 1981, and was instrumental in the start-up of the UK firm, Rolls-Royce International operations in China in the 1980s. Susie has held senior HR roles within Xin De Telecom, a Siemens/CITIC finance leasing joint venture, and, up until summer of 2011, was the Vice-President for Human Resources & Recruitment for the United Family Healthcare Group, with overall responsibility for the recruitment of healthcare providers, nursing staff and healthcare professionals for the group’s China-wide operations. 
 
About the moderator 
Tracy Driscoll, Senior Consultant and Head of Coaching, Mindset Matters Group
Tracy is a professional coach and consultant with over 18 years of experience managing and developing people in China. Tracy’s professional experience has been in leadership and career development, executive coaching, marketing and communications, and recruiting. Her passion is helping people and companies to reach their highest potential. She works with individuals and teams to inspire creativity, clarify and achieve goals, improve performance and professional development, facilitate transformation and provide support through transitions and change. 
 
About the HR & Training Forum
Human resource issues are a pressing concern for many companies currently operating in China. Current challenges include the impact of China's Labour and Social Insurance Laws, managing talent in China, and attracting, developing and retaining talented staff. The HR & Training Forum aims to cater to a wide range of individuals; from those working in corporate HR to managers, lawyers and those in the recruitment and training sector.
 
The HR and Training Forum is co-chaired by Susie Bates (Weber Shandwick), Wang Huan (Deloitte) and Tracy Driscoll (MDS). For further information about the forum, please contact anne.zheng@cbbc.org.cn.
 
Registration
Please register using the button below by 19 September to secure your seat. 
 
Please note that only registered guests will receive updates or details of any changes to the event. In the event of cancellations, we kindly ask that you inform us before the event so that we can offer the place to another guest.
 
 
 

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