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
A brief summary of significant developments that will impact on employment law in China.
Updated to include additional information on probationary periods.
Updated to include additional information on subsidies for employers taking on apprentices.
Updated to reflect a new obligation on employers in the federal jurisdiction to provide menstrual products, and to include information on changes in Alberta to time off for overtime, holiday pay and trade union certification.
A brief summary of significant developments that will impact on employment law in Chile.
Updated to reflect an increase to the maximum limit on voluntary overtime and to reflect changes to parental leave, and enhanced to include information relating to record-keeping requirements for working hours, and to include additional information relating to supplementary leave.
Updated to reflect a change to paternity leave in the case of a child who is hospitalised at birth, and to persons entitled to take paternity leave, and enhanced to include information relating to record-keeping requirements for working hours.
Updated to reflect a new requirement to pay severance payments by way of bank transfer to private-sector employees, effective July 1, 2019.
A brief summary of significant developments that will impact on employment law in Norway.
HR practices and employment law in countries outside the USA, along with global HR issues.