Cross-border employment law 2020 / Philip M. Berkowitz.

Author
Berkowitz, Philip M. [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
New York, New York : Practising Law Institute, 2020.
Description
1 online resource (311 pages) : illustrations.

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Series
Litigation course handbook series ; Number H-1176. [More in this series]
Notes
Includes index.
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Contents
  • Chapter 1. Littler on Legal Compliance Solutions for the Transformation of the Workplace
  • Chapter 2. The Future of Work Across Borders
  • Chapter 3. Martin L. Schmelkin and Kate M. Thompson, LGBT Anti-Discrimination Laws: A Global Survey
  • Chapter 4. General Aspects of Trade Unions in Argentina
  • Chapter 5. Consultation, Cooperation and Representation, Unions and Works Councils in Austria (January 20, 2020)
  • Chapter 6. Trade Unions and Collective Bargaining Agreements in Germany (March 11, 2020)
  • Chapter 7. Workforce Restructurings: A U.S. Perspective
  • Chapter 8. Multinational Corporate Expansion and Relocation: The U.S. Employee Perspective (Updated 2020)
  • Chapter 9. Michael D. Mann and Alexa Poletto, Cross-Border Investigations and Data Privacy Frameworks
  • Chapter 10. Klaus-Stefan Hohenstatt and Thomas Granetzny, The European Perspective: How Employment Law and GDPR Impact Global Investigations?
  • Chapter 11. Updates on Managing Internal Investigations in China: Navigating New Risks for Multinational Corporations (March 11, 2020)
  • Chapter 12. Nicola Rabson, Laurie Ollivent, Rochelle Silva and Neha Rao, The Role of Diversity and Inclusion in Law Firm Culture (March 2020)
  • Chapter 13. The Power of Oldness, Diversity and Inclusion in the Global Legal Workplace-Turning the Spotlight on Age Discrimination in Law Firms
  • Chapter 14. Diversity and Inclusion in the Global Legal Workplace
  • Chapter 15. Anti-Discrimination and Equal Opportunity Laws in Japan (March 11, 2020)
  • Index.
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