City Shenzhen


Employee Type Permanent/Regular

Years of Experience Required 5-10 Years

Business Format Support Center (Home Office)

Education Level Required Undergraduate

Job Description

The role is responsible for developing the strategy relating to compliance in Labor & Employment, developing the compliance program, and providing direction on subject related compliance matters within the market in coordination with the market Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer, Senior Director - Ethics & Compliance, and the International Labor and Employment Compliance SME. This position must develop and implement strategies to ensure the business understands labor and employment risks; develop policies processes and training to control the risks and integrate these into the business to ensure compliance will be achievable. Key task items Workload (%) 1 Oversees development and implementation of labor and employment compliance risk mitigation programs, data systems, and services by(60%) 1.1 Leading the cross functional, multi-program efforts to implement cost-effective strategies, programs, and sustainable services that mitigate risk and ensure compliance with employment laws and regulations. 1.2 Aligning the labor and employment compliance program with the business strategy. 1.3 Collaborating with stakeholders worldwide regarding new and enhanced processes. 1.4 Managing information related to market trends, standards and regulations for labor and employment compliance. 1.5 Leading the implementation and execution of mitigation programs, data systems, and services. 1.6 Analyzing business objectives and customer needs. 1.7 Evaluating and measuring operational program processes in order to close compliance gaps and continually improve programs and services. 2 Lead market for the development of transformational labor and employment policies and standard operational procedures by (40%) 2.1 Integrating with HR team, and integrating compliance to all appropriate policies & processes they create. 2.2 Articulating corporate positions on compliance issues 2.3 Benchmarking industry best practices 2.4 Advising and collaborating with cross-functional teams to develop strategies to manage identified opportunities 2.5 Communicating on global trends and standards on labor and employment laws and regulations 2.6 Leading cross-functional market efforts to develop policies and processes related to labor and employment compliance. Job Requirements 1. 5-7 years’ in house or law firm experience with extensive experience and knowledge or labor & employment legislation & practice, or experienced HR professional with labor & employment compliance. 2. Full knowledge of commercial operations; Research and analysis skill. 3. High integrity. 4. Excellent people and communication skills 5. Excellent English and Chinese language skills. 6. Good team player and able to work under pressure. 7. Have the capacities of using appropriate judgment, managing execution and results, planning and pursuing team-based improvement, and increasing commitment. 8. Bachelor Degree in law and Lawyer Certificate is preferred.

Company Summary

Save Money. Live Better.
About Walmart Inc.

Walmart Inc. was founded by American retail legend Mr. Sam Walton in Arkansas in 1962. Over the past 50 years, the company has served customers and is now the world’s largest private employer and retailer. Walmart was ranked on the top of the Fortune 500 list several times and is among the most recognized global brands. 

Walmart Inc. helps people around the world save money and live better – anytime and anywhere – in retail stores, online, and through their mobile devices. Each week, over 265 million customers and members visit our more than 11,500 stores under 56 banners in 27 countries and eCommerce websites. With fiscal year 2020 revenue of $524.0 billion, Walmart employs over 2.2 million associates worldwide. Walmart continues to be a leader in sustainability, corporate philanthropy and employment opportunity.

As an omni-channel retailer, Walmart announced plans to change the company’s legal name from Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. to Walmart Inc. effective Feb. 1, 2018. The name change chiefly demonstrates the company’s growing emphasis on serving customers seamlessly however they want to shop: in stores, online, on their mobile device, or through pickup and delivery.

In China, as elsewhere, we follow Walmart core values of “Service to the customer”, “Respect for the individual”, “Strive for excellence” and “Act with integrity”, and stick to the Walmart tradition of building our business one store and one customer at a time, so as to fulfill our core mission, and continue to make a difference in the lives of our customers, members and associates.

About Walmart China

China is a market with a vast number of opportunities. We are fully confident about the prospects of the Chinese economy and the Chinese market. Walmart entered the Chinese market and opened its first Walmart store and Sam’s Club in Shenzhen in 1996.

Currently, Walmart operates different formats and banners in China including Walmart store and Sam’s Club. Walmart now has been operating over 400 retail units covering more than 170 cities nationwide; as well as running 22 distribution centers. Walmart China’s omni-channel retail strategy focuses on customer experience to offer customers and members easier shopping solutions anytime, anywhere in the way they like through accelerated digitalization and scale-up of retail innovation and integration of stores, clubs with multiple ecommerce channels. At the same time, the China ecommerce team continues to seek collaboration in multiple areas to expand the landscape of integration and build a win-win omni-channel retail ecosystem to help people save money and time and live better.

Walmart is committed to local talent development and diversity, especially the cultivation and full utilization of female staff and executives. 99.9% of Walmart China associates are Chinese nationals. All of Walmart China’s store managers are Chinese. Furthermore, around 65% of Walmart China associates are female and nearly 50% of above-director level associates are female. In 2009, the company established the “Walmart China Women’s Leadership Development Commission” for driving women’s career development.

Walmart will continue to make long-term investment in China and develop both online and offline to provide customers with even better services. Meanwhile, Walmart will continue to upgrade existing stores, invest in food safety and build on strong partnerships with our Chinese suppliers. Walmart expects to create more jobs, makes joint development with Chinese economy and become a trusted corporate citizen in China.