11 Top Global Employment Law Challenges to Consider

11 Top Global Employment Law Challenges to Consider

Top Global Employment Law Challenges to Consider
when Employing Staff in Multiple Countries

While expanding globally is a sign of success, organizations that want a global presence face a myriad of workforce challenges, including bribery, safety, and termination issues in other countries.

Global employers that prepare themselves on various countries laws and customs prior to employing staff in multiple countries will be in a better position to ensure compliance with country-specific employment laws.

For example, the Ebola scare in 2014 highlighted the importance of being proactive and instituting global policies on protecting the workplace in the event of an infectious disease outbreak or pandemic.

Download this whitepaper to explore the unique challenges that employers should consider when employing staff in multiple countries including:

  1. Implementing Anti-Bribery Procedures
  2. Adopting Global Health and Safety Standards
  3. Terminating the Employment of Workers Overseas
  4. Employment Law Considerations for Sending an Employee on an International Assignment
  5. Protecting Employee Rights
  6. Recruiting and Selecting Job Candidates Abroad
  7. Equal Opportunities
  8. Training and Developing Employees Across the Globe
  9. Entering into Employment Contracts
  10. Compensating and Providing Benefits to a Global Workforce
  11. Labor Relations


Download this FREE Global Employment Law Whitepaper to:

  • Understand the main issues that may arise when employing staff in more than one country
  • Prepare for compliance challenges with guidance on how to operate overseas
  • Learn about different approaches to harmonize employee rights

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