Overview: Human Resources professionals often must be aware of and comply with employment law in other countries, which can vary widely. Our International tool is a valuable HR resource for anyone responsible for looking after staff based outside the US and covers the following key multinational areas:
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, International 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
Updated to reflect that IMTA applications must now be made to the Ministry of Manpower and Transmigration official stationed at the Investment Coordinating Board.
Updated to reflect the increase in the minimum wage rate from January 2018.
Updated to take account of exceptions to the normal rules on working hours; changes to the rules on the timing of holiday; an amended definition of part-time working; the introduction of zero-hours contracts; and a change to the level of dangerous work that a pregnant worker can undertake.
Updated to take account of the introduction of zero-hours contracts.
Updated to take account of a change to the level of dangerous work that a pregnant worker can undertake.
Updated to reflect the introduction of the concept of termination by mutual consent; an additional ground for termination with cause; and the possibility of ending employment with a voluntary termination plan.
Updated to reflect the 2018 remuneration threshold for highly-skilled non-EEA nationals.
Updated to reflect changes to the required methods of providing the food benefit.
HR practices and employment law in countries outside the USA, along with global HR issues.