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Remote Working Across International Borders: The United States - Inbound and Outbound Employees

USA - August 2 2021 Employers must navigate a complex legal landscape when implementing remote working programs. These programs present special challenges when employers…

S. Michael Chittenden, Victoria Ha, Antonio Michaelides, William Woolston

Remote Working Across International Borders: Key Risks and Issues

USA - July 7 2021 The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the remote working trend for organizations and workers around the world. Many employers are considering…

S. Michael Chittenden, Victoria Ha, Antonio Michaelides, William Woolston

International Employment Law Update

Germany, Ireland, Saudi Arabia, Spain, United Kingdom, USA - May 26 2021 This International Employment Update summarises recent international employment law developments in Germany, Ireland, Saudi Arabia, Spain, the United…

Christopher Walter, Walter Born, Lindsay Buchanan Burke, Helena Milner-Smith, Carolyn Rashby

Top Five UK Workforce Issues of 2021

United Kingdom - May 11 2021 After more than a year of lockdowns and homeworking, vaccine rollouts provide hope of some sort of return to normality for many UK businesses during…

Christopher Walter, Hannah Edmonds- Camara, Antonio Michaelides, Helena Milner-Smith, Mark Welch

COVID-19 and Workforce Reorganizations Part Three: External Events—Managing the Unexpected

USA - December 2 2020 As discussed in the previous two installments in this series dealing with voluntary separation programs and global reductions in force, workforce…

Victoria Ha, Antonio Michaelides, William Woolston