Digital transformation is impacting the workplace in many ways. It is causing businesses to rethink they way they are organised: leading them to implement innovative new working structures and to overhaul reporting structures. It is also allowing them to monitor employee performance in ways which were not previously possible. These types of workplace organisational change inevitably give rise to HR legal issues. In our latest guide we discuss the HR legal issues that might arise in 12 key jurisdictions across the Americas, Europe and Asia.
Digital transformation is impacting the workplace in many ways. From the influence the gig economy model is having on the way the employer/worker relationship is structured to the significant role now being given to big data and people analytics tools in supporting HR decision-making. It is making businesses reflect on how they organise themselves and prompting them to make changes to their working structures and practices.
This global guide looks at what HR legal issues might arise when implementing workplace organisational changes and covers 12 jurisdictions across 3 major regions: Americas, EMEA and APAC. It focuses in particular on the following three areas of organisational change.