Our global employment and labour team has compiled a comprehensive global guide of employment laws spanning 21 jurisdictions.
It comes at a time when more organisations are growing their global footprint, requiring a deeper understanding of how employment and labour laws vary across multiple jurisdictions.
As businesses expand and people move around the globe, it is essential for organisations to know, understand and comply with these laws. This not only maintains a culture that attracts, retains and motivates talent, but also protects your business against unnecessary risk, whether legal, financial or reputational.
The purpose of Global employment law is to provide our clients throughout the world with an important human resources tool. Each chapter in the guide covers key issues in the specific jurisdiction relating to matters that are often the focus of senior management and boards across global businesses.
Compiling such a high-level summary of employment laws for so many jurisdictions was no small undertaking. National laws are disparate and diverse, and in addition many federal countries have other layers of state or provincial laws as well as federal laws within their borders.
This is the first edition of Global employment law: a Norton Rose Fulbright guide and more are due to follow. To find out more, click here.