Every Chinese investor not only needs to be aware of cultural differences when considering investing in Germany, but also has to have a basic understanding of legal issues.
German employment law provides for a good level of employee protection, for example in case of termination of employment. Being familiar with some basic principles of German employment law can help Chinese investors avoid pitfalls that may lead to severe sanctions by authorities as well as financial obligations towards employees.
Our Orrick Germany China Desk gives a brief outline of German employment law and what Chinese investors and businesses investing or doing business in Germany need to know in our bilingual English-Chinese guideline.
To access the full guide, please click here:
Employment Law in Germany – Practical Guidelines for Chinese Businesses and Investors
If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to André Zimmermann, Head of our German Employment Law Practice, Wilhelm Nolting-Hauff, Head of our Orrick Germany China Desk or Mike Delikat, Chair of our Global Employment Law Practice.