Littler Publishes Its Q1 Global Guide Quarterly on Labor and Employment Law
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Littler Publishes Its Q1 Global Guide Quarterly on Labor and Employment Law

Littler Publishes Its Q1 Global Guide Quarterly on Labor and Employment Law

Littler, a U.S. law firm focusing on labor and employment law, has published the Q1 edition of its Global Guide Quarterly. The guide features the latest headlines from around the world pertaining to labor and employment issues, country-by-country.

The guide includes articles from dozens of countries around the world, from Australia to Venezuela. This is essential reading for franchise brands considering expansion outside their home country seeking to minimize potential labor and employment problems when setting up shop abroad.

Here’s a sampling of half a dozen of the articles contained in the report. See below for how to download the full report. (It’s free and you can subscribe to receive it each quarter going forward.)

Australia: Victoria Introduces Sick Pay Guarantee for Casual Employees

France: A New Law Improves the Protection of Whistleblowers

India: Employers Prepare for Return to Office

Philippines: Isolation and Quarantine Leaves for Employees in the Private Sector

Saudi Arabia: Ministry of Human Resources and Social Development Adopts New List of Fines

United States: Limitation on Pre-Dispute Arbitration Agreements Signed into Law

To receive the Global Guide Quarterly by email, subscribe here.

Published: April 21st, 2022

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