international employment law firm alliance L&E Global
  • Officer of IBA Diversity and Equality Committee
  • Member of International Bar Association
  • Member of China National Lawyer’s Association
  • LLM, School of Law, Fudan University
  • LLB, Shanghai Normal University
  • Ranked in Band 1 for Labour & Employment law by Chambers Asia Pacific in 2022
  • Ranked in Tier 1 for Labour & Employment law by Legal 500 in 2022
  • Awarded Leading Individual for Labour & Employment Law by Legal 500 in 2019 – 2022
  • Awarded Cross Border Employment Lawyer of the Year by Corporate INTL in 2019
  • Awarded Labour & Employment Lawyer of the Year by China Law and Practice in 2014 and 2016
  • Co-author of Dealing Employment Contract issue in Company Relocation and Mass Employee Transfer – LexisNexis June 2017
  • Contributed the exclusive China Chapter to the Global Legal Insights – Employment & Labor Law 3rd Edition 2014
  • Co-author of Legal Analysis on Labor Issues in Overseas Contracting Project published by International Labor Study December 2014
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Carol Zhu

Partner, Head Of Employment Group
+86 105 957 2288
No. 8 Century Avenue
Level 10 & 11, Two Ifc
+86 105 957 2288
Chinese (Mandarin), English

Carol Zhu’s practice focuses on all aspects of labour and employment-related matters, including establishment and enforcement of company policies, HR documentation, hiring and termination, employee compensation and benefits, mass redundancies, labour dispatch and transition, cross-border employment issues, labour dispute resolution, employee transition issues in mergers, acquisitions and restructurings, trade union matters, collective bargaining, global mobility and immigration, investigation into employment related misconducts and training, as well as due diligence of HR compliance. Before beginning her law firm practice, Carol accumulated more than ten years of experience working as head of HR in Asia and China for several international companies, where she handled HR and employee relations for companies employing thousands of workers.

Publications by Carol Zhu