Seminar  One-Hour Briefing

Confronting Collective Labor Worldwide: How Multinational Headquarters Can Craft an Effective Global Labor Strategy that Accounts for Foreign “Trade Unions” and “Works Councils”


  • Webcast


    Nov. 7, 2017

    1:00 PM Eastern

The era of confining collective labor to its local worksite is over. Multinationals today increasingly need a coherent global strategy to confront organized labor—trade unions and works councils—internationally. Today, global HR integration, global M&A deals, and cross-border union offensives push multinationals to take an aligned, global approach with organized labor.  

With a solid, thorough global labor platform, foreign worker representation becomes less imposing an obstacle each time headquarters decides to launch some new global alignment initiative or when the organization gets targeted in a cross-border union campaign. With a global labor platform in place, foreign labor compliance becomes orderly, predictable and headquarters-driven—a way to avoid a reactive crisis where foreign organized labor seems to get the upper hand.  But a global labor strategy is impossible without understanding the very-different ways organized labor works around the world.  

Please join Donald C. Dowling, Jr., shareholder at Littler Mendelson P.C. for this fast-paced session as he explains how “trade unions” and “works councils” work outside the U.S.—and how multinational headquarters can proactively manage them with a global labor strategy.  

What you will learn:

  • Why a multinational needs a coordinated approach to organized labor internationally
  • The very-different ways that organized labor works outside the U.S.
  • How to build a globally-aligned labor strategy or global labor platform 

Who should attend:

  • HR and labor executives with international responsibilities
  • In-house labor/employment counsel at multinationals
  • Lawyers and consultants advising on international M&A deals and cross-border HR initiative

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Cancellations

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Speaker(s)
Donald C. Dowling, Jr. ~ Littler Mendelson P.C.
Program Attorney(s)
Amy Taub ~ Practising Law Institute
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