As international mobility of workers increases within the EU as well as outside, more and more companies are faced with cross-border employment issues. Examples are:
Cross border secondment of employees: mandatory minimum employee benefit requirements and tax issues;
Employment of foreign employees: immigration issues and work permits;
Employment of employees residing abroad: employment law regulations, tax issues;
Centralized Human Resource Departments of international companies who seek local legal assistance on national employment matters in the countries of domicile of their affiliates;
Mergers & Acquisitions or company restructuring affecting employees of companies in different countries.
Through WLN members our clients have easy access to knowledge of several jurisdictions.
The following provides an A to Z of national employment law issues in a number of jurisdictions.