As the pandemic recedes in many places, businesses are readying their workforce to return to the office. We discuss some of the primary measures your organisation should consider now to prepare.
In accordance with Theresa May’s Good Work Plan consultations in 2018, a number of new requirements went into effect this month for UK employers. This post addresses critical changes to written statements of employment.
Australia has made important salary-related changes to a number of modern awards. The new rules impose stricter wage-related reporting requirements on businesses with salaried employees. This post explains the change in more detail, including what you need to do to comply.
Companies hire local talent in India, Poland, Malaysia and other popular target countries to save money and create efficiencies. This posts describes three popular offshoring models, including shared service centres, technology hubs and joint ventures. It also addresses some compliance-related concerns that apply to all three options.
A new virus that originated in the Chinese city of Wuhan is so far responsible for 2,700 infections and at least 80 deaths. This post provides business travellers and their employers with information about the virus so they can make sound decisions during this emerging crisis.
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.
Until this year, UK employers had to acquire physical documents from their employees as proof of their right to work in the UK, a process many found needlessly cumbersome. Employers may now fulfil their obligations using an online service, which provides real-time information on migrants’ right-to-work status.
Last month, the European Court of Justice ruled that EU member states must require employers to systematically record the amount of time worked by each employee on a daily basis.
Whether Brexit is hard or soft, right around the corner or further delayed, the UK’s departure from the EU will have a significant effect on local staffing. The key to avoiding a shortfall may lie in rethinking recruitment strategies.
The European Court of Justice ruled that a German labor regulation allowing the automatic expiration of vacation days is inconsistent with EU law. The decision has far-reaching effects for employers operating in any EU country.
After amending its laws to strengthen protections against sexual harassment, South Korea has made legal changes to address workplace bullying. The changes have serious ramifications for multinationals with employees in South Korea.
An employer that operates in multiple countries needs to protect itself against the possibility of hiring a worker who doesn’t suit the organization. This post outlines some critical best practices to minimize those risks.