This treatise provides vital information about labor and employment law in the world’s major economies, including the European Union and member-states Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, and the United Kingdom, as well as Canada, Mexico, the United States, China, Japan, and Brazil. Additional topics covered include litigation of international employment disputes, compensation for internationally mobile executives, and negotiation of expatriate employment agreements.
This unparalleled reference provides the most current information about the relevant requirements of the world’s major economies.
International Labor and Employment Laws, Fourth Edition provides vital information about labor and employment laws in the world’s major economies. The Fourth Edition covers litigation of international employment disputes, compensation for internationally mobile executives, negotiation of expatriate employment agreements, the top ten issues of U.S. employers doing business in another country, and more.
A representative sampling of updates in the Fourth Edition includes:
Highlights covered in the 2016 Supplement include:
SUMMARY OF CONTENTS
Volume IA: Major Economies (Non-NAFTA)
The European Union and Selected Member and Applicant Countries
The European Union
Employment and corporate Law Issues Applicable in Restructuring of Companies in the EU
Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, and United Kingdom
Africa: South Africa
Asia: China, Hong Kong, Japan
South America: Brazil
Volume IB: Major Economies (NAFTA) and International Issues
NAFTA/NAALC and Member Countries
Canada, Mexico, United States
Extraterritorial Application of U.S. Laws
Labor Provisions in U.S. Free Trade Agreements Under the Trade Promotion Authority Act of 2002
The International Labour Organization
The International Financial Institutions
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development
Union Participation in International Labor Affairs
International Employers Associations
The World Trade Organization
The Role of Administrative Tribunals in Adjudicating Workplace Rights Within International Organizations
Issues for Multinational Corporations
Corporate Codes of Conduct on Labor Standards
Globalization of Work: Offshore Outsourcing
Compensating the Internationally Mobile Executive
Negotiating and Drafting Expatriate Employment Agreements
Litigation of International Employment Disputes
Top Ten Issues for U.S. Employers Doing Business in Another Country
Social Networking and the Global Workforce
Impact of International Human Rights Law on Labor and Employment Law
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