Crayfish Services Recruitment & HR
We offer an innovative solution to your Chinese HR needs. We combine the power of our vast talent network and our deep expertise to provide end-to-end HR services in a flexible and cost-effective way.
Whether you are a UK or a European company doing or seeking to do business with China, or a Chinese company engaging in opportunities in the UK, you will need people for a range of tasks who understand not only your technology and business, but also the Chinese and European markets, language and culture. At Crayfish.io, we offer comprehensive HR management services throughout the entire employee lifecycle, from recruitment to employment contract negotiation, from HR advisory to salary calculation and payroll administration.
We offer a range of standard services which you can purchase to suit your requirements. However, if you need more tailored solutions, we are always happy to discuss how we could help you. Please get in touch and book a free initial consultation.
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Crayfish have proved to be a solid and reliable resource, each of their services have helped us ensure we approach our potential business relationships in China with a strong footing and in the right way.
The team proved successful in attracting excellent candidates for us. I would recommend them to anyone who wants to recruit talent in on of the biggest markets in the world.
After some research and comparison, I decided to entrust STEER’s China activities to Crayfish. In just three months, we have made so much progress, including an unexpectedly fulfilling trip to China.
No matter how large or small your requirements forHR are, you can have them all met by using Crayfish® HR & Recruitment Service. We ensure quality is not comprised by the cost savings we offer to you.
China has been through the “growing pain” of lacking a skilled labour force for the past decade, and it is not getting any better soon, according to various British business leaders in China I talked to during my recent trip.