Europe is home to some of the world’s most advanced economies and complex employment laws. Unprecedented labor mobility and a shared regulatory framework mean that companies operating in the European Union (EU) must be prepared to navigate the laws of its 28 member countries, as well as a unique supranational legal system. ELA’s legal leaders assist multi-national clients in the EU, as well as in the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) of the former Soviet Union, to identify efficient and cost-effective legal and business solutions to make local laws work for them.
The collection, storage, and transfer of personal data is an increasing concern among both employees and employers
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The Minister for Employment will consult on a draft bill on amendments to the Danish Share Option Act.
To be truly diverse and dynamic, a workplace should be a microcosm of society. But how can the Boards of successful businesses
Considering that the most valuable assets in many companies are the trade secrets they possess, it is actually strange that
Join us at the Employment Law Alliance's 19th Annual Global Membership Conference in Toronto - Canada's largest metropolitan area and one of the world's most diverse cities.
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