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October 24, 2023

How International Organizations Effectively Implement Employment Policies Across Jurisdictions

Labor & Employment Series: Staying on Top of Your Game


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Many multinational companies want to implement global employment policies that are both legally compliant and reflective of company culture. But given the diversity of employment laws globally, as well as cultural considerations that differ widely from country to country, policy requirements will vary when it comes to issues like equal opportunity employment, anti-harassment/discrimination, anti-corruption/bribery, IT usage, drug-free workplace, and protection of IP, among others. A “one size fits all” approach can be problematic without a thoughtful policymaking process. Please join Erika Collins and Megan Childs for a one-hour webinar reviewing how international organizations can avoid the potential pitfalls of a “one size fits all” approach and instead effectively implement cross-border policies that are both legally compliant and in line with company culture.

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12:00 – 1:00 p.m. ET

Have a scheduling conflict? Register for the live event, and we’ll send you the on-demand recording shortly after the broadcast date. Content available to view on demand through March 13, 2024. Please note, the on-demand recordings are not available for CLE credit.

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