Behind The Great Wall: HR in China
China’s labour market is making the transition from one that heavily relies on manufacturing to one that houses more service-oriented jobs. Skilled, multilingual professionals with international savvy are highly sought-after, and HR leaders who can function across two cultures: the company’s and the local market’s are imperative for continued organisational growth.
Ferran Raurich, Global Senior Vice President of Human Resources for Global Supply Chain at Schneider Electric, discusses HR practices and challenges within Greater China.
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