The employment system of China is on the basis of models related to Northern Europe and Asia socialist. The employment law system of China is known to be having some differences from that of United Kingdom. The key difference is that the UK is known to be having employment at the system of will. This means that there can be termination of employees at any point of time, and for any specific reason.
The system of China is known to be the opposite. The system of China is a system of contract employment (Hewlett 2009). This refers to the fact that each and every employee must be engaged in a pursuant manner, to a written contract of employment, and in the duration of the contract, it becomes extremely difficult for terminating the employee. The plan of recruitment will involve the creation of a strategic alliance with the University of Liverpool for the hiring of new employees within the organization. However, in order to do so, the organization should be considering the below stated issues:
Terms related to employment: Each and every employee must be hiring pursuant in accordance with the written contract. After expiry of the initial term of contract, the organization must consider re- hiring the pursuant of employee to a second contract with fixed term (Reilly 1999). However, by the end of this particular term of employment, automatically the employee will be converted into an employee having the terms of open contract. This refers to the fact that there will be chance for hiring the employee on the basis of fixed terms.