What is hiring in Chinese?

/ˈhaɪr.ɪŋ/ the act of starting to employ someone. 雇用

What does it mean when you hire someone?

verb. English Language Learners Definition of hire (Entry 2 of 2) : to give work or a job to (someone) in exchange for wages or a salary. : to use or get the services of (someone) to do a particular job. : to pay to use (something) : rent.

What is Jie Chinese?

xiǎo jie. young lady miss (slang) prostitute CL:個|个[ge4],位[wei4] Example Usage Strokes.

How do I find my Chinese talent?

In this article we will give a general overview of these popular Chinese recruitment channels and discuss their advantages and disadvantages.

  1. Online Recruitment Platforms.
  2. Job Advertising on Media.
  3. Job Fairs.
  4. Campus Recruitment.
  5. Head-hunting Agencies.
  6. Employee Referral.

How can I hire someone from China?

The best option is to hire Chinese employees from a China-based staffing agency. There are companies based in China that can provide Employment Solutions / PEO (Professional Employment Organization) to foreign companies in need of hiring for specific types of short and long-term projects, tasks, and jobs.

What is it called when someone hires you to do a job?

appointee. noun. someone who has been chosen to do a particular job.

What does Jie Pi mean in English?

jié pǐ mysophobia obsession with cleanliness extreme fastidiousness. 揭批 jiē pī to expose and criticize.

How do Chinese recruit employees?

The majority of Chinese companies mainly recruit through personal networks and social network sites. However, it can be challenging to recruit through personal networks if you cannot speak Chinese. And if you’ve just entered the market and have no local networks yet.

How can I hire a worker in China?

How do I pay a Chinese contractor?

What is the best way to pay my Chinese supplier?

  1. International Wire Transfers. This is an umbrella term that involves the electronic transfer of funds from one place to another using a network of banks and transfer agencies across the world.
  2. Escrow.
  3. Letters of credit.
  4. PayPal.
  5. Western Union.
  6. Sourcing Agents.