International HR and Employment Law Advice

Editor's Note: Don't forget about the law affecting your employees overseas!

Melissa A. SilverOverview: Human Resources professionals often must be aware of and comply with employment law in other countries, which can vary widely. XpertHR's International Manual is a valuable HR tool for anyone responsible for looking after staff based outside the US and covers the following key multinational areas:

  • Recruitment and selection
  • Pay and benefits
  • Employment rights
  • Contracts of employment
  • Training and development
  • Equal opportunities
  • Health and safety
  • Termination of employment
  • Industrial relations

There are over 40 up-to-date guides now available covering countries across Europe, North and South America, Asia and the Middle East with more guides added regularly!

In addition, XpertHR's International Manual includes the Guide for Global Employers, which provides an overview of the main issues organizations face when they employ staff in more than one country.

Author: Melissa A. Silver, JD, Legal Editor

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    Type:
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    An employment law guide to pay and benefits in Jersey, including payment of wages, deductions from pay, the minimum wage, pensions, pay for employees not at work, and income tax and social security.

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    An employment law guide to employee rights in Austria, including hours of work, rest breaks and rest periods, holiday and holiday pay, parental rights, part-time and fixed-term work, transfers of undertakings and data protection.

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    Type:
    International Manual

    An employment law guide to pay and benefits in Austria, including equal pay, deductions from wages, pensions, minimum pay rates, and income tax and social security.

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    Type:
    International Manual

    An employment law guide to recruitment and selection in Austria, including advertising vacancies, selecting employees, job offers, and employing young people and children, foreign nationals and people with disabilities.

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    Type:
    International Manual

    An employment law guide to termination of employment in Austria, including notice periods, special dismissal protection, redundancy, termination procedures, severance payments and certificates of employment.

  • Belgium: Recruitment and selection

    Type:
    International Manual

    An employment law guide to recruitment and selection in Belgium, covering discrimination, advertising vacancies, induction of new recruits, young people and children, and foreign nationals.

  • Belgium: Pay and benefits

    Type:
    International Manual

    An employment law guide to pay and benefits in Belgium, covering payment of wages, deductions, equal pay, national minimum wage, pensions, income tax and social security, and pay for employees not at work.

  • France: Pay and benefits

    Type:
    International Manual

    An employment law guide to pay and benefits in France, covering pay and the employment contract, payment of wages, deductions, equal pay, national minimum wage, pensions, income tax and social security, pay for employees not at work and employee financial participation.

  • France: Employee rights

    Type:
    International Manual

    An employment law guide to employee rights in France, covering hours of work, rest breaks and rest periods, Sunday work, holidays and holiday pay, maternity and pregnancy rights, parental leave, carer's leave, other leave, part-time workers, fixed-term workers, posted workers, transfers of undertakings, insolvency of employer, grievance and disciplinary procedures, bullying, harassment and violence, and data protection.

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    Type:
    International Manual

    An employment law guide to pay and benefits in Bulgaria, including payment of wages, deductions, equal pay, the minimum wage, pensions, income tax and social security, and pay for employees not at work.