More and more organisations are growing their global footprint and need to move their people around the world. In this global environment, it is essential to know, understand and comply with employment and labour laws in place across all of the jurisdictions in which organisations engage people. This will help to protect business from unnecessary risk, whether legal, financial or reputational.

We have launched a new interactive online version of our Global employment law guide first published in 2015.

Featuring 28 jurisdictions, our interactive guide helps clients navigate the often disparate and diverse national employment and labour laws, in particular those which address employment-specific issues that receive significant attention from senior management and boards who operate, or intend to operate, in multiple jurisdictions.

The new interactive guide enables users to:

  • navigate a map of the globe to click on the jurisdiction you wish to read about;
  • create and customise your own comparative reports; and
  • opt to receive email alerts when the laws change in the jurisdictions of your choice.

Topics include:

  • Statutory obligations
  • Employment contracts
  • Termination of employment
  • Privacy
  • Discrimination, bullying and harassment
  • Workplace health and safety
  • Industrial relations / collective labour law
  • Transfer of business Foreign employees and immigration

The guide is designed to provide our clients with practical overview of employment and industrial legislation to assist you to manage human resource risk and compliance.

If you are interested in accessing the Global employment law guide, please register via the link provided above. Registration indicates acceptance of the terms and conditions which include important information about how this new product will be delivered.

If you would like to find out more about our support in this area, please contact your usual Norton Rose Fulbright advisor or one of our Employment and Labour team members here.

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