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Why You Should Attend
The global workplace is changing. The worldwide on-demand economy has shifted employer and employee expectations, and laws, around the world. The longstanding issues of hiring, retaining, disciplining, and terminating employees can no longer be examined in the same way.
In the face of new developments from technology and artificial intelligence, blockchain and privacy, and the proliferation of contract workers and alternative, flexible work environments, employers are increasingly challenged to hire and retain talented employees who have their own ideas of what a workplace should look like.
This phenomenon is global, and global employers demand global solutions. Employers need global strategies in dealing with change—as well as in traditional areas as dealing with unions and works councils, addressing sex and disability discrimination, diversity and pay equity, and conducting global internal investigations.
This program brings together highly experienced and sophisticated practitioners, in-house counsel, and senior human resources executives from around the world. They will present, in a practical way, how best to advise the multinational employer, HR professional and employee on these critical issues and more.
General counsel and outside counsel for U.S. and overseas-based multinationals, in-house international and labor counsel, and human resources executives will benefit from this program.
What You Will Learn
- The on-demand economy and how it is changing the global workforce
- LGBT discrimination across borders
- Global mobility: immigration and talent issues
- Update on global unions and organizing, and working with works councils
- Flexible working and other non-traditional employment arrangements
- Cross-border investigations: What happens when employees and employers act badly
Earn one hour of Diversity & Inclusion/Elimination of Bias credit
Who Should Attend
General counsel and outside counsel for U.S. and overseas-based multinationals, in-house international and labor counsel, and human resources executives.