Under PRC law, employers are required to pay social premiums for employees. The social insurance premiums cover basic endowment, medical, employment-related injury, unemployment and maternity insurance. Non-compliance with these requirements can result in administrative penalties, claims by employees and other measures taken by government authorities, and cause significant reputational damage. In this webinar session we will be looking at each of the social insurance premiums and the benefits to the employees. We will be taking the example of Shanghai to show how social insurance premiums are calculated.