International Employment Issues A Global Imperative
The global war for talent and the location of facilities throughout the world have pushed many multinationals to take an international approach to employment and other human resource issues. We act routinely for many multinational clients, understanding their need to obtain speedy, reliable advice on local employment law issues, leveraging our relationships with foreign local counsel to assist clients with employment issues arising in more than 60 countries.
Through our experience in international labor and employment law matters, we have established ties to seasoned practitioners in many countries outside the U.S. We use that network and our own problem-solving skills to respond efficiently, effectively, and creatively to human resources issues throughout the world.
In the global information age, multinational companies are routinely wrestling with cross-border employment issues that require their outside counsel to be as fluent in employment law concepts as they are themselves. Our attorneys understand that local practices and cultural considerations are often as important as the letter of the law and bring a flexible, open mindset to employment matters for clients operating in major markets around the world.
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