Dubai's new employment law is part of a significant expansion plan aimed at attracting and retaining talent in the UAE. The legislation introduces several highly anticipated provisions that benefit both employees and employers.
Many multinationals operating in or considering expanding to the UK are concerned Brexit may make the region less attractive to employers. This post explores steps UK organizations can take to mitigate the short- and long-term effects of Brexit on their employees and their own organizations.
Canada’s Cannabis Act goes into effect in October and legalizes marijuana. Companies operating in Canada to re-examine their HR policies and set rules governing the use of the drug in the workplace.
If you handle the personal data of EU citizens, you need to know about the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation. We give you the basics along with a checklist that HR professionals should consider in advance of the GDPR’s May 25 deadline.
Many global leaders inside and outside HR struggle to understand how they can boost workplace productivity, particularly when managing a global workforce where employees may have vastly different cultural expectations and will be operating under different sets of labor laws depending on their office locations. There is no magic formula for ensuring high employee productivity across borders, but there are a few key ingredients that are essential to promoting the productivity of your global workforce.
Employee engagement. It’s a buzzword that conjures up a multitude of different things for employers all over the world. To some, employee engagement is something fluffy, even intangible — at best an HR “nice to have.” To others, employee engagement is fundamental to their business culture and working environment. But what really is employee engagement, and what are its benefits to global employers?