Join us for a four-part webinar series as our US moderators welcome colleagues from around the globe to share the latest labor and employment law updates and trends. US-based multinational employers with business operations in Europe, the Americas, the Middle East and Africa, and Asia Pacific regions will hear directly from local
Our four-part Global Guided Tour for US Multinational Employers webinar series is your passport to ensure that your organization is up to speed on the key labor and employment issues affecting business operations in …
The EU Commission has proposed a directive that would reinforce the entitlement to equal pay for men and women for the same work, or work of equal value, including by giving employees the right to comparative pay information and by requiring gender pay gap reporting for employers with 250+ employees, amongst other measures. Some EU member states already have aspects of these rules, while others do not, meaning that the rules could be a significant additional compliance burden for some organisations. The rules, if adopted, would be unlikely to come into force before late 2024.
The EU Commission has proposed a new directive on pay transparency. If adopted, it would:
- Require measures to ensure employers pay the same work, or work of equal value, equally.
- Require employers to provide initial salary (or salary range) information to job applicants, pre-interview.
- Prohibit employers from asking job applicants about salary history.
- Create a right for a worker to request information about:
- Their own pay level
- Average pay levels, broken down by gender and categories of workers doing the same work / work of equal value
- Require gender pay gap (GPG) reporting for employers with 250+ employees.
- Create joint pay assessments if:
- GPG is 5%+ for any category of workers doing the same work or work of equal value, and
- employer has not justified the GPG.
Based on previous experience, we estimate that these proposals, if adopted, would need to be implemented by sometime in late 2024.…
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This guide covers 19 jurisdictions across Europe, Middle East and Africa and covers the latest country updates from the last couple of days, including employer obligations following school closures around the region.
In 2020, trade tensions, uncertainties over Brexit, significant changes in the political landscape and unexpected global events, such as the Coronavirus outbreak, continue to present challenges for the global employer. Meanwhile, the relentless advance of technology is accelerating workplace transformation, creating an opportunity for employee growth and diversification across industries.
To help navigate the global…
Join us in our new Palo Alto office for a breakfast briefing on October 30 as we explore the top 5 trends impacting multinational employers in EMEA.
Hear from leading practitioners in 5 key EMEA jurisdictions – France, Germany, South Africa, Spain and the United Kingdom – as we address these key developments:
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How to bridge the gap between HR and legal to avoid exposure in the US and beyond
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The world is facing yet another year of unprecedented changes and complex challenges making uncertainty the new normal.
In the Global Employer Magazine: 2019 Horizon Scanner we review the key themes and trends that dominated the employment law landscape in 2018, and explore the global trends and issues employers need to know about in 2019.…
Listen in! We just released three new episodes of The Employer Report podcast series. Each 15-20 minute episode offers on-the-go learning opportunities to navigate the latest developments impacting multinational employers.
- 2019 Employment Law Changes in China, Australia and Singapore
- 2019 Employment Law Changes in France, Germany and the UK
- 2019 Employment Law Changes in Mexico