Updated to reflect the requirement for trade union contributions to be made through a bank slip, rather than as a deduction from salary.
A brief summary of significant developments that will impact on employment law in Brazil.
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.
Information on legal service providers for Brazil employment law.
This webinar compares parental leave laws and legislative developments in the US, the United Kingdom, Italy and Brazil and considers best practices and lessons learned in managing an international workforce.
Restrictions on background checks can vary significantly between other countries and the US. On this podcast, we examine key differences about which employers need to know with Proskauer Rose attorney Erika Collins, who co-chairs the firm's labor and employment practice group.
HR practices and employment law in Brazil.