China’s jobs problem runs deeper than the coronavirus
As China grapples with rising unemployment and slowing growth, some say a needed economic boost could come from new business approaches to hiring. “If you’re thinking about, ‘How can we get additional productivity?’ then you need to make it possible for people to move to where the productive jobs are,” Martin Raiser, country director for China and Mongolia, and director for Korea, at the World Bank, said in a phone interview last month. Some Chinese start-ups are making better management a selling point as they try to innovate not just in their industry, but workforce systems. © Provided by CNBC White-collars walk to their lunch break in Pudong business district in Shanghai, China.