Recent amendments to China's Labor Contract Law will bring sweeping changes to the way that many foreign and local companies staff their operations in the country. From July 1, 2013, it will no longer be possible to rely on labor outsourcing. For many employers, this will entail additional labor costs and consequently, many may choose to restructure their operations or human resource arrangements. Severe penalties are being introduced that will make non-compliance expensive.
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