Global HR and Employment Law Guide
XpertHR’s Global HR and Employment Law Guide and bi-weekly Editor's Choice newsletter helps HR professionals with responsibilities for staff outside of the United States navigate the challenges of being a global employer.
This guide provides an overview of the main issues facing employers with staff in more than one country, and covers topics including:
- Laws and attitudes towards bribery, the importance of compliance, risks and anti-bribery strategy;
- The global employers' approach to employee rights, collective bargaining agreements and written policies and procedures;
- Equal opportunities, including scope of protection, prohibited conduct and protected characteristics, the importance of compliance and managing equal opportunities across an international business;
- Establishing a global presence, including considerations around business infrastructure, location, compliance with local law and customs, global administration and HR challenges;
- Health and safety, including duty of care, employees' responsibilities, assessing risks, record-keeping and reporting, vulnerable groups of employees, political instability or unrest, enforcement and penalties and global health, safety and wellbeing policies and health insurance;
- Industrial relations, including global strategy, employee representative bodies, trade unions, the relationship between works councils and trade unions, collective bargaining agreements and protection for employee representatives;
- International assignments, including recruitment, employment documents, terms and conditions, policies and procedures, immigration, pay and benefits, tax and social security issues, preparing the assignee for the assignment, assistance for family members, global relocation consultants and return of the assignee;
- Recruitment and selection, including structuring the recruitment process and attracting talent, complying with discrimination laws in the job posting and advertising methods, workplace quotas, legal or cultural restrictions on talent, psychometric tests, interviews and selection, medical checks and drug testing, background checks, immigration, job offers and onboarding;
- Termination of employment, including collective employment rights, probationary periods, notice periods, dismissals with cause, dismissal procedures, severance pay, redundancy/reduction in force, special categories of employees, mandatory retirement, post-termination restrictions, references, fixed-term contracts and resignations; and
- Training and development, including global approach and standardized training, delivery and records and employee development programs.
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