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10th Annual Comparative International Employment Law Seminar


Who should attend

This course is aimed at HR professionals and in-house lawyers with responsibility for international employment law issues.


Staying competitive in the global economy would be hard enough without the challenge of cross border working which taxes even the most experienced practitioners.

Our 10th Annual Comparative International Employment Law Program, featuring a unique mix of countries and topics, will help you to learn how to work around various cultural and compliance issues that impact the global workplace.

Our faculty of acclaimed experts from nine countries around the world will use a mixed format, combining real-life case studies and interactive small group discussions, to explore common pitfalls and risks encountered in the management of day-to-day employee relations issues.


08:30 Registration and coffee

09:00 Start

Using a mixture of formats (panel discussions, plenary sessions and interactive, small group break outs) we will explore:

  • individual performance management
  • operating global commission plans
  • contingent workers and employee status
  • diversity reporting and equality
  • workplace investigation management
  • data access requests and legal privilege

During the breakout sessions, delegates will have the opportunity to choose between up to six tables. Some tables will be subject-specific and others will be country-specific. Whatever the focus of a breakout group, there will be a clear agenda for them to follow which will (in the case of country-specific tables) cover the management of individual terminations and key differences between their regulatory systems and that of the US.

17:00 Close

Download the full Managing complex issues in the cross border workplace 2019 programme for San Francisco and San Francisco Bay Area.

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