New U.S.-China Business White Papers Available from XMei International; Two China Experts Offer Advice on Business Strategies and Critical Human Resource Topics

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New white papers are available at Dr. Irv Beiman, Chairman of eGate Consulting in Shanghai, compares the strategy execution of the better-run Chinese companies with the foreign invested enterprises. Jim Yang, China expert for Monster Worldwide, shares insights on how to attract top talent in the highly competitive China job market.

Strategic Differences in Best Practices: China vs. FIEs

Companies desiring to do business in China face a host of challenges due to differences in hiring practices, cultural expectations and more. Business strategies and human resource practices do not always translate readily from one country to the next. Two new white papers now available at XMei International's website can help U.S. businesses understand and thrive in this unfamiliar landscape.

In "Strategic Differences in Best Practices: China vs. FIEs", Dr. Irv Beiman, chairman of eGate Consulting, compares the strategy execution of the better-run Chinese companies to foreign invested enterprises and describes the significant differences, as well as results, of their strategy management processes. Dr. Beiman also compares how performance management is handled between Chinese companies and FIEs, and describes the results of each approach.

In the highly competitive China job market, one of the biggest challenges for recruiters is attracting suitable candidates. Jim Yang, a China expert for the recruiting firm Monster Worldwide, shares his insights on what these candidates value most in an employer and how a company can best position itself to attract the most qualified candidates. In "Find the Right Talent in Today's Competitive Marketplace in China", he also offers solutions for finding suitable talent, including the locations of specific talent hubs.

Both these China experts were very popular speakers at XMei International's inaugural conference and exposition, "Making China Your Gold Mountain," held in South San Francisco in May. This conference was the first event in the U.S. with influential Chinese human resource executives and business leaders from multinational companies, private Chinese companies, Chinese consulting firms and the government.

These two white papers, as well as a selection of others related to human resources and doing business in China are available for download at

About XMei International
XMei International promotes business development between the U.S. and China. It organizes events, both in the U.S. and China, which enable companies to develop new business opportunities, increase knowledge of the other country's business practices, and make valuable international business connections. XMei International also offers other services, including business matches, consulting and market research for both U.S. and Chinese clients.

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Liz Menkes
XMei International

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