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Global Employment Lawyer – Issue 3

Summer 2015

Global Employment Lawyer

The third edition of the Global Employment Lawyer provides you with practical content to keep you current on developments that effect your business goals around the globe. Our lawyers look at questions of religious accommodation as well as the unpleasant income tax consequences of temporary visas in the US; managing “difficult employees” in Canada; reducing workforce due to redundancies in China; imminent changes to Polish labor law; recruitment of non-resident foreign workers in Angola; employing foreign workers in Israel and whistleblowing in the UK.

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Global Employment Lawyer – Issue 3

Employment updates from around the globe

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We are proud to offer you the initial issue of Dentons’ Global Employment Lawyer.

Whether you are an employer, human resources executive, in-house or outside counsel, mobility professional, or anyone interested in employment and labor issues around the globe, our goal is to keep you informed of trends and developments in the area of global employment law.

In this issue, our lawyers examine:

  • The task of crafting a non-compete clause under English law which is not unreasonably broad in scope, so as to be enforceable in court,  without risking unwanted commercial consequences for employers;
  • Likely changes to fixed-term employment contracts in Poland in the wake of a recent European Court of Justice determination finding them inconsistent with EU law, and some updates on key global developments in the region;
  • Recent legislation in the UAE requiring all employers in Dubai to provide employees with compulsory health care insurance;
  • Hidden US tax issues arising from new IRS regulations that consider severance payments made after signing a release potentially to be “deferred” compensation;
  • and many more topics.

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Employment updates from around the globe