A reliable and regularly updated suite of employment law guides for HR professionals with responsibilities for staff in countries outside the US.

This tool will ensure you:

  • Understand employee rights in key areas including minimum wage rates, maternity leave and compensation on termination.
  • Recognize the role of collective rights and bargaining in the relevant country.

Global Employer

The Guide for Global Employers provides an overview of the main issues facing employers with staff in more than one country, while the individual country guides provide employment law guidance at national level.

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  • Argentina: Health and safety

    An employment law guide to health and safety in Argentina, including duties on employers and employees, safety representatives, enforcement and penalties, and compensation for occupational injury or illness.

  • Luxembourg: Contracts of employment

    An employment law guide to contracts of employment in Luxembourg, including types of contract, written contracts, contract variations and probationary periods.

  • Luxembourg: Employee rights

    An employment law guide to employee rights in Luxembourg, including hours of work, rest breaks and rest periods, holiday and holiday pay, maternity and other leave, fixed- and part-time workers, data protection and privacy, and disciplinary procedures and measures.

  • Luxembourg: Equal opportunities

    An employment law guide to equal opportunities in Luxembourg, including harassment and sexual harassment, victimisation, positive action, and remedies and penalties.

  • Luxembourg: Health and safety

    An employment law guide to health and safety in Luxembourg, including duties on employers and employees, safety representatives, enforcement and penalties, and compensation for occupational injury or illness.

  • Luxembourg: Industrial relations

    An employment law guide to industrial relations in Luxembourg, including trade unions, collective bargaining and agreements, information and consultation, joint company committees, board-level employee representation and industrial action.

  • Luxembourg: Pay and benefits

    An employment law guide to pay and benefits in Luxembourg, including payment of wages, equal pay, deductions from pay, the minimum wage, pensions and pay for employees not at work.

  • Luxembourg: Recruitment and selection

    An employment law guide to recruitment and selection in Luxembourg, including advertising vacancies, selection, employing foreign nationals and young people and children, priority for re-employment and employment quotas for disabled people.

  • Luxembourg: Termination of employment

    An employment law guide to termination of employment in Luxembourg, including notice periods, immediate termination for grave reasons, redundancy, retirement, termination procedures, severance payments and unfair dismissal.

  • Luxembourg: Training and development

    An employment law guide to training and development in Luxembourg, including training leave, apprenticeships and internships.

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