Join us for an educational trip around the globe without leaving the comfort of your home office. We know that the pandemic has posed unprecedented challenges for US multinational employers. In addition to keeping your employees safe and maintaining business continuity, it is difficult to keep track of the rapidly changing legal environment for employers
For a company to effectively expand its global footprint, it’s almost always necessary to engage workers on the ground. The legal risks and opportunities in structuring these relationships differ significantly around the world, and the complexity is further compounded by the intersection with other areas of law, including tax, corporate, intellectual property and employment, to…
Join us Thursday, April 30 for our next COVID-19 webinar as we discuss the challenges US employers will face when bringing employees back into the workplace while maintaining appropriate safety. The webinar will cover eight key considerations for employers to address in planning for a reopening of the workplace.
- Government Orders
- Workplace Safety &
The new data privacy rules are just around the corner…are you ready?
The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force May 25, 2018. GDPR introduces stricter requirements and higher penalties for violations, so it is important for companies to review their data privacy compliance not just with respect to customers but with respect…
Wage and hour claims have exploded over the past several years. Now, with the U.S. Department of Labor’s proposed changes to the salary and duties tests for determining exempt status, it doesn’t appear that wage and hour litigation will slow down any time soon. What will the DOL’s proposed changes mean for employers? What can be done to decrease the risk of litigation? What strategies should employers adopt to evade wage and hour class actions?
Please join us for a July 29, 2015 webinar in which we will discuss:
- The DOL’s proposed heightened qualification standards for exempt status
- Current state-level exemption requirements
- Mooting wage and hour claims
- Class action waivers and mandatory arbitration policies