Labour law

 

Companies Can Address Talent Shortages by Partnering with Educators – HBR Article by Timm Runnion & Ivana Gibson

Synopsis: Talent Shortages: Although unemployment is now lower than it’s been in over a decade, millions Americans remain unemployed in jobs...

 

Should Companies Include Restrictions in Assignee Contracts?

Anytime a company sends an employee on assignment, there are multiple issues to consider, although some tend to be overlooked. Among...

 

Many companies sweep sexual harassment under the rug. Here’s why they shouldn’t…

Right now, it’s probably safe to say, worldwide awareness of sexual harassment is greater than it’s ever been in our lifetimes,...

 

Non-Compete Clauses – Are They Worth It?

To protect their business interests and prevent employees from working for competitors, some companies place restrictive covenants – non-compete clauses —...

 

Non-Compete Clauses – A Waste of Time or Worth the Effort?

Non-Compete Clauses – A Waste of Time or Worth the Effort? Some companies believe they’re needed. In such instances, it’s important to consider the factors that can impact their validity. These include:

 

How to develop a compensation strategy for international assignments

Determining a compensation strategy for employees in your domestic office can be tricky at times, but sending an employee abroad can create even more complex issues. Suddenly, you have to think beyond just payroll and benefits.

 

Global Tax, Immigration, and Employment: How Companies Can Stay Compliant

Employment Non-compliance: All host country employers are obligated to comply with domestic labor laws for both local and expat employees.