Labor and employment partner and editor of The Employment Law Review Erika Collins and associate Ryan Hutzler contributed several chapters to the international publication’s 12th edition. The Employment Law Review serves as a tool to help legal practitioners and human resources professionals identify issues that present challenges to their multinational company clients across 42 countries.
Collins, who has served as editor of the publication since its inception in 2009, shared a preface and said the publication “is proof of the continuously growing importance of international employment law.” She added, “It is my hope that this text provides … guidance, best practices and comprehensive solutions to significant workforce issues that affect a company’s market position, strategy, innovation and culture.”
Collins authored six chapters, the first of which was co-written with Hutzler:
- International Employment Challenges and Adaptations to the COVID-19 Pandemic
- The Global Impact of the #MeToo Movement
- Employment Issues in Cross-Border M&A Transactions
- Global Diversity and International Employment
- Social Media and International Employment
- Religious Discrimination in International Employment Law
The publication also includes country-specific chapters that detail the doing business and employment law environment and legal developments in 42 jurisdictions around the world.