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The EU Whistleblower Directive: A status update and practical considerations for employers in Europe

The EU Whistleblower Directive sets a legal framework of minimum standards to provide whistleblowers with greater protection. In this special session, we will provide you an update on the implementation process in several EU countries including France, Germany, and the Netherlands. We will also offer alternate views from non-EU countries such as Switzerland and Turkey. What does all this mean for employers across Europe? Register today!

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US Business Immigration: The Road Ahead Under the Biden Administration

The expectation in the first 100 days of the Biden Administration was a renewed focus on immigration policy.  What has changed and what can you expect in the near future?  Join us as we take a dive into immigration matters for US employers. Our legal experts will review the current rules and regulations and give you a sneak peek into the future. Register today!

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The New Era of Employment Law in Eastern Europe: New Approaches to Common Challenges

Please join this special session with guest speaker Irena Bajan Varat from 3M, who will review some of the biggest employment law challenges facing Eastern European companies today. Our legal experts from Bulgaria, Croatia, Macedonia, Romania, Serbia and Slovenia will address these concerns and discuss best practices for businesses that do business in the region. Register today!

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OSHA Updates: Are you a Primary or Secondary Target?

As US companies are managing large segments of their employees returning to work, this webinar will address important health & safety concerns for employers.  Our experts will review updated guidance and how to stay in compliance, including a discussion of the Emergency Temporary Standard (if released). Register today!

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Beyond Students: Strategies For Managing Faculty & Staff Mental Health Issues

The past year has brought innumerable stressors to higher education – changing teaching modalities, campus shut-downs and re-openings, addressing COVID-19 outbreaks among student populations, and coordinating vaccination efforts – are only a few of the past year’s challenges. This ever-changing landscape has taxed all levels of higher education. This webinar will delve into addressing such challenges from both a legal and practical standpoint. Register today!

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Tuition Refund Lawsuits: Problematic Pandemic-Related Claims

Over the past year, students have filed COVID-19 class actions against hundreds of higher education institutions across the country claiming an entitlement to tuition and fee refunds because of the required move to on-line education. Our legal experts will provide a summary of these cases and insights as to what the results in cases to date mean for future defense or proactive steps to avert further claims. Register today!

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Union Activity in the Tech Sector

Amazon, Google and Medium are the most recent examples of tech companies faced with unionization efforts. While each situation is different, there is a common denominator: many of these employees don’t feel their voices are heard or taken seriously. Unlike traditional “bread and butter” issues typically found in union campaigns, much of the emphasis in these efforts has been on social justice, workplace respect and equality and the company’s mission and priorities. Register today!

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OSHA developments under the Biden Administration

With the Biden Administration came an increased focus on workplace health and safety, and a much more robust role for the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). Join us to learn the latest developments in workplace health and safety regulations and what this means for US Employers. Register today!

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Employment Law in Africa (South & East): A Year in Review (Kenya, Mozambique, South Africa, Uganda)

Our South & East Africa webinar will focus on new COVID-19-related measures, vaccinations, realignment in the workplace and more. Participants should expect an interactive discussion and the ability to submit questions in advance and during the live webinar. Register today!

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Employment Law in the Middle East: A Year in Review (Israel, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, UAE)

Join us as our experts present employment law changes in the Middle East with the most dramatic impact on employers including: vaccinations, redundancies & termination, working remotely, and privacy & data protection. Register today!

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Employment Law in Latin America: A Year in Review (Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay, Peru and Uruguay)

In this installment of our series, our experts will explore what employers should expect as we move deeper into 2021. Key issues our experts will address include government incentives, new laws surrounding remote working, and rightsizing in companies. Register today!

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Employment Law in Latin America: A Year in Review (Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico and Venezuela)

Join our experts as they discuss what employers should expect as we move deeper into 2021. Key issues our experts will address include teleworking, vaccinations, occupational safety and health issues. Register today!

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Employment Law in Latin America: A Year in Review (Costa Rica, Honduras, El Salvador, Guatemala, Nicaragua and Panama)

In this session, experts from Central America will discuss the impact of COVID-19 and lockdowns on employers. Some key issues we will address include: Terminations, Suspension of contracts, Remote working, The new reality, Important legislations, and Safety protocols for returning to work. Register today!

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Employment Law in Europe: A Year in Review - PART 3 (Denmark, Finland, Lithuania, Norway, Sweden)

In this session, legal specialists from Denmark, Finland, Lithuania, Norway, and Sweden will provide an overview for employers regarding the most pressing matters in these countries. Topics to include: remote work, vaccinations (mandatory vs. voluntary), government compensation scheme vs. closure, and jurisdiction specific notable items for 2021. Register today!

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Employment Law in Europe: A Year in Review - PART 2 (Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Germany, Ireland, Luxembourg)

Our legal experts from Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Germany, Ireland, and Luxembourg will review key considerations for employers and what is on the horizon for 2021. Topics to include: working from home, the aftermath of COVID-19, vaccinations, and jurisdiction-specific trends. Register today!

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Employment Law in Europe: A Year in Review - PART 1 (England & Wales, France, Italy, Portugal, Spain)

Join us to listen as our legal experts from England & Wales, France, Italy, Portugal, and Spain review the employers response to the pandemic and what is on the horizon for 2021. Key topics to include flexible working, COVID-19 monitoring in the workplace (testing, apps, vaccines), management of the client relationship, and jurisdiction-specific trends. Register today!

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Workplace Safety & Health in 2021: New Regulations and Tackling Vaccinations in the U.S.

Our expert speakers will provide up-to-date information on imminent new regulations and the impact on the workplace. Specific topics to be reviewed include: - Emergency temporary standard - Status of U.S. vaccinations - Mandatory vs. voluntary workplace vaccinations Register today!

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Employment Law in the United States: A Year in Review

In this webinar, experts will discuss how the new U.S. leadership will impact the workplace and future projections of key employment law issues in 2021. Key topics include: COVID-19 issues, including leave laws and accommodations; Workplace safety and the role of vaccinations in returning to work; Diversity, equity and inclusion; Politics and social justice in and out of the workplace; and • Equitable wages and benefits. Register today!

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Employment Law in Canada: A Year in Review

Our Canadian webinar will take a look back at workplace-related developments in 2020 and look ahead to what we expect to see in 2021, including: - the impact of COVID-19 on Canadian employers - drug and alcohol issues, including testing and workplace misconduct - the impact of social movements and political speech on workplaces; and - important developments in specific Canadian jurisdictions. Register today!

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Employment Law in Asia Pacific: A Year in Review - Part III (Australia, Bangladesh, India, New Zealand, Vietnam)

Specialists from Australia, Bangladesh, India, New Zealand, Vietnam will review the most relevant legal changes for employers. Key topics include changes in employee pay & benefits, workplace health & safety, whistleblower protections, management of contractors, and jurisdiction specific trends. Register today!

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Employment Law in Asia Pacific: A Year in Review - Part II (Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Thailand)

This webinar will review the most important legal changes in Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Thailand, and what to expect for employers in 2021. Key topics will include the aftermath of COVID-19 , the changing workplace, economic implications, employee benefit changes, and jurisdiction specific trends. Register today!

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Employment Law in Asia Pacific: A Year in Review - Part I (China, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Taiwan)

This session will kick-off our global "Employment Law Year in Review" webinar series. Join us to learn about the most important legal changes in China, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, and what to expect for employers in 2021. Key topics will include the lingering effects of COVID-19 on the workplace including restructuring and redundancy, employment flexibility, and jurisdiction specific trends. Register today!

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Navigating the Federal Sea Change: The Impact of the 2020 Election on Employers

In this program, our ELA panel will provide an overview of the expected Congressional and federal agency actions during the final weeks of the Trump Administration and what employers can expect during the Biden-Harris Administration. Both the long-term reversals in prior policies and regulations as well as the near term changes during the Lame Duck period before the January 20th inauguration will be discussed. Register today!

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Looking Ahead at OSHA Activity in 2021 and Beyond

Occupational Safety & Health law, and OSHA, have received major attention in the national political arena. Employers still implementing safety-first best practices in the workplace are seeing changes in the regulatory and compliance landscape. In this webinar, experts will discuss how 2021 could bring significant changes and updates for employers and organizations alike. Register today!

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Doing Business in Europe: Key Employment Law Considerations

In order to fuel economic growth, many Asian companies are looking to expand internationally. Investors looking to do business in Europe are tasked with understanding various rules, regulations and risks. In this webinar, experts from Europe will discuss key employment law issues that managers and investors need to know. Although this session is intended for Asia companies, the information provided will be helpful for all organizations doing business in Europe. Register today!

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E-Learning in the Age of COVID-19

Online learning has seen significant changes since the spread of the pandemic. Many higher educational institutions are met with demands to shift from being in the classroom to adopting virtual solutions for faculty, staff and students. In this webinar, experts from the U.S. discuss how educational facilities can adapt to a changing e-learning environment while maintaining compliance in the legal and employment sectors.  Register today!

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The Narcissistic Executive

Transformational leaders challenge the status quo, provide a vision of a promising future, and motivate and inspire their followers to join in the pursuit of a better world. But many of these leaders also fit the American Psychiatric Association classification for Narcissistic Personality Disorder. They are grandiose, entitled, self-confident, risk seeking, manipulative, and hostile. In this session, Professor Chatman reviews what we know about why we are often susceptible to (mis)perceiving nar

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The Future of Work: Embracing Remote Workplaces

Technology and innovation - friend or foe in remote work settings? In this session, our clients and ELA experts will explore the critical challenges employers face in adapting to remote workspaces, including employer liabilities, employee accommodation, additional training, cybersecurity, and maintaining corporate culture. Register today!

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Addressing Employees' Political Speech and Activity in the U.S.

Election Day is coming. Most employers are grappling with a wide variety of challenges related to the election, including workplace disputes, protests, political activity, social media, and election day attendance issues. Election Day may not be the end of these challenges, which may increase as the post-election period progresses. This webinar will help responsible employers effectively prepare for and respond to these issues. Register today!

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Confronting Financial Challenges in Higher Education

Decreased funding sources and increased expenses were creating incredible financial challenges for institutions of higher education long before COVID-19, and the pandemic has only exacerbated these challenges. This presentation will address best practices and options for colleges and universities as they address financial pressures and more. Register today!

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Gotcha! OSHA Penalizes Multiple Employers in the Same Workplace: Construction & Non-Construction Sites

A hazardous condition at a multiemployer worksite causes potential liability to each and every employer there, regardless of which employer caused the hazard or exposed its employees to that hazard. While OSHA’s multiemployer worksite doctrine is most commonly associated with the construction industry, employers in every industry sector need to understand its reach and how best to minimize liability for workplace hazards where multiple employers are involved. Register now for this OSHA webinar

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Navigating the New LGBTQ+ Landscape Following the Supreme Courts Landmark Ruling

The new Supreme Court ruling prohibits employers from discriminating against gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender employees based on their sexual orientation or gender identity. In this webinar, experts discuss how this landmark decision impacts the employment landscape and what it means for employers. Register today!

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Campus Speech in 2020: Social Justice, Social Media, COVID-19 and an Election

In this webinar, attorneys who regularly provide legal counsel to institutions of higher education will address natural tensions between expression and speech on campus with safety and individual rights and address issues frequently arising in the current social and political climate.  Register today!

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Redundancy in the Nordics: Finland, Norway, Denmark & Sweden

Businesses in Europe are being forced to reduce their workforce due to the pandemic.  Before re-opening, there are key measures that should be taken into consideration.  In this webinar, experts discuss the impact of redundancy and what it means for employers. Register today!

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The Impact of the New Trade Agreement: Significant Changes for American & Canadian Companies Doing Business in Mexico

The purpose of this new tri-lateral trade agreement is to help level the playing field in terms of total labor costs in all three countries. The agreement imposes certain liabilities on U.S. and Canadian employers doing business in Mexico and will dramatically affect workers in Mexico and the ability to unionize their workplace. Also joining the conference will be Matthew Levin, Director of the U.S. Department of Labor's Office of Trade and Labor Affairs. Register today!

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Surviving the Back to School Frenzy: Employment Law Considerations When Employees Children Are In Virtual or Hybrid School

As the new school year begins with schools offering classes partially or wholly virtual, employers are going to have to navigate their employees’ needs with regard to their children while balancing operational needs with legal requirements. Register today!

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OSHA: Inspections & Investigations

In this webinar, experts provide and discuss scenarios related to handling OSHA inspections and investigations amid business reopening (rebound effect) with a focus on issues specifically related to OSHA enforcement actions and methods during the pandemic. Register today!

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The Reimagined Workplace - Global Employment Law Webinar Series

The ELA is proud to present a complimentary webinar series on employment law topics and global challenges affecting businesses of all sizes. The Reimagined Workplace series features legal experts from around the globe in candid, direct conversations addressing your most important questions. The format is driven by interactive discussions and Q&A. Participants can submit questions in advance or during the live program.

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The Reimagined Workplace: Africa/Middle East

Our Africa/Middle East webinars will focus on employer's management of lock-downs, plans for future return to work, terminations, restructuring, and immigration matters. Register today!

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The Reimagined Workplace: North America

Our North America series will focus on the “Future of Work” and how the pandemic has permanently and immediately impacted the way we work. Register today!

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The Reimagined Workplace: Europe

Our European series will focus on restructuring, redundancy and health & safety regulations for the returning workforce. This discussion would not be complete without examining the ever-changing immigration regulations and the impact on cross-border employers. Register today!

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The Reimagined Workplace: Latin America

Our Latin America series will dive into regulations surrounding return to work, tele-working, dismissals & realignment of teams. Please note, these webinars will be conducted in Spanish. Register today!

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The Reimagined Workplace: Asia Pacific

Our Asia Pacific series will focus on returning to the office as well as the broader impact of the pandemic including restructuring and redundancy concerns as well as cost saving measures during the global recession.

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Reopen, Restructure, Rebuild: Meeting Today’s Extraordinary Operational Challenges in Higher Education

This webinar will focus on the legal issues that arise as institutions of higher education examine necessary adjustments to their academic programs and operations in the face of our new reality. Our panel will provide expertise for higher ed leaders looking for near-, mid-, and long-term guidance. Register today!

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Canada’s Return to the New Workplace

With restrictions lifting and many returning to work during the pandemic, employers are facing new challenges regarding workplace safety and employee accommodations. In this webinar, experts from across Canada will discuss considerations for re-opening including federal and provincial rules and requirements, employment rights, and more! Register today!

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COVID-19: Global Re-Opening Safety Strategies and Support Services

The ELA is proud to partner with Keramida Global EHS & Sustainability Services to help ELA members and their clients understand the COVID-19 Re-Opening challenges and strategies for businesses, industry, schools and other entities. The session will be divided into four segments: Re-Opening Policy, Building Disinfection and Verification Testing, HVAC Considerations, and Training. Register today!

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COVID-19 @ Work: Straight Talk Series - Session V: Bankruptcy in the U.S.

Join us as our legal experts provide up-to-date information on bankruptcy laws. This session will provide practical tips for organizations considering bankruptcy and information on how to avoid additional costly pitfalls. Register today!

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Title IX Final Rule: Mandating Sweeping Change to Higher Education Campuses

Title IX prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in education programs and activities receiving federal financial assistance.  On May 6, 2020, the US Department of Education Office for Civil Rights released its Final Rule under Title IX.  Join us as legal experts from across the US discuss highlights and key takeaways from the over 2,000 pages contained in the Title IX Final Rule, which takes effect on August 14, 2020.  Register today!

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COVID-19 @ Work: Straight Talk Series - Session IV: Employee Benefits

In the age of the pandemic, many employers are faced with tough decisions affecting their employees, including furloughs and layoffs. This webinar will address how these issues affect employee benefits and offer practical strategies on how to address them. Register today!

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COVID-19 @ Work: Straight Talk Series - Session III: Landlord Tenant Agreements

With businesses working remotely and landlords struggling to keep tenants active, our panel will explore typical clauses in lease agreements and determine how both parties can work together through challenging times. Register today!

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If Only We Had…Using Early Lessons from COVID-19 to Help Plan for the Future

This webinar will focus on helping schools identify common legal issues, projects, and problems that, while not created by the COVID pandemic, were brought to the forefront by it.  The session will be divided into four topics: student issues, employment issues, risk management issues, and corporate issues. Register today!

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COVID-19 @ Work: Straight Talk Series - Session II: Business Interruption and Civil Authority Insurance

This session will explore current regulations, anticipated assistance from the U.S. government, a review of existing policy clauses and best practices to submit a claim. Register today!

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COVID-19 @ Work: Economic Recovery Efforts Across Europe

Join us as legal experts across Eastern, Western and the Nordic regions of the continent discuss next steps for employers getting back to work. We will explore cost cutting measures, teleworking during the de-escalation period, privacy aspects, and other plans to bring employees back to work in this region. Register today!

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COVID-19 @ Work: Straight Talk Series - Session I: Workplace Safety and OSHA Regulations

Join us to explore worker health and safety strategies for employers, drawing from regulatory guidelines and requirements as employers plan for resumption of operations. Register today!

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Workforce challenges in the Nordics during the corona crisis

Plesner (Denmark), Castrén & Snellman (Finland), Selmer (Norway) and Vinge (Sweden) are all part of ELA and have joined forces for this exclusive Nordic webinar on employment law in the wake of the corona crisis. Together we will give you insights on the latest government initiatives from Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden, and we will discuss the legal possibilities and challenges related to employees and answer your questions. Register today!

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COVID-19 @ the Workplace: The Asia Experience - Part III: Legal Updates Toward Recovery

Join us as experts from China, Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore, South Korea and Taiwan provide legal updates on workplace challenges resulting from the pandemic. Register today!

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Mental Health and Wellness in the Virtual Workplace

This webinar offers a practical guide for employers faced with unique challenges related to employee mental well-being due to the pandemic. Our PhD mental health expert and workplace consultant will review self-care tips, how to support employee well-being, best practices for managing a remote workforce, and strategies to create clear communications to employees. Register today!

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COVID-19: Tax Relief for Employers in Latin America

Join us as speakers from Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Mexico, and Uruguay present the most up-to-date information for employers facing unique challenges related to the pandemic. Register today!

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COVID-19 @ the Workplace - The Asia Experience - Part II

Join us as experts from India, Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines give up-to-date information for employers facing unique challenges related to the pandemic. Register today!

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Managing a Global Workforce During the Pandemic: A U.S. Immigration Law Perspective

Join us as our US Immigration experts present the most up-to-date information for employers facing unique challenges related to the pandemic.

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Coronavirus and the Workplace: The Latin American Experience

Join us as speakers from Colombia, Argentina, Mexico, Costa Rica, Brazil & Chile discuss how the Coronavirus epidemic has impacted the employment landscape. Hot topics to be discussed include (but are not limited to): remote working, parental leave / paid time off, & global mobility.

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Coronavirus and the Workplace: The Africa / Middle East Experience

Join us as speakers from across Africa & the Middle East discuss how the Coronavirus epidemic has impacted the employment landscape. Hot topics to be discussed include (but are not limited to): work from home / out of the office, travel, & leave / paid time off.

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Coronavirus and the Workplace: The European Experience

Join us as speakers from Italy, UK, Germany, France, Spain & Austria discuss how the Coronavirus epidemic has impacted the employment landscape. Hot topics to be discussed include (but are not limited to): remote working & employer obligations, suspension of the employment contract, the impact of country wide shut-downs, parental leave, and provisions in countries without many cases of the virus.

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Coronavirus and the Workplace: The North American Experience

Join us as speakers from across North America discuss how the Coronavirus epidemic has impacted the employment landscape. Hot topics to be discussed include (but are not limited to): International Travel / Global Mobility, Health & Safety at the Workplace, Mandatory Leave / Remote Working, Creating Responsible Workplace Policy, and the Evolving Story.

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Africa: Preventing Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

Join us as experts from across Africa including Uganda, Gabon, South Africa, and Mozambique discuss recent changes in sexual harassment legislation, preventative measures, internal investigations, facing allegations, claims and more!

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Coronavirus: The Asia Experience and Impact on Global Business (European)

Join us as experts from the hardest hit areas of Asia Pacific discuss the impact of the Coronavirus on the workplace. Speakers from Hong Kong, China, Singapore, Japan, South Korea & Macau will discuss their experience with mandated time off, working from home and other issues to help prepare Western based companies for the anticipated spread of the virus to their part of the world.

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Coronavirus: The Asia Experience and Impact on Global Business (North America)

Join us as experts from the hardest hit areas of Asia Pacific discuss the impact of the Coronavirus on the workplace. Speakers from Hong Kong, China, Singapore, Japan, South Korea & Macau will discuss their experience with mandated time off, working from home and other issues to help prepare Western based companies for the anticipated spread of the virus to their part of the world.

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Employment Law in Asia Pacific: A Year in Review - PART II

We are proud to present our ever-popular year in review webinar series. Each of our 5 regions across the globe will discuss key employment law developments, legislative changes, court rulings in 2019 and what to expect in 2020. In Part II, experts from across India, Bangladesh, Malaysia, the Philippines, Indonesia and Singapore will present an overview of current trends and what you can expect in the coming year.

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Employment Law in Asia Pacific: A Year in Review - PART I

We are proud to present our ever-popular year in review webinar series. Each of our 5 regions across the globe will discuss key employment law developments, legislative changes, court rulings in 2019 and what to expect in 2020. In Part I, experts from across mainland China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan and South Korea will present an overview of current trends and what you can expect in the coming year.

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Employment Law in Europe - A Year in Review

Our experts will provide an overview of current trends and what you can expect in the coming year in Europe including whistleblower regulations, anti-discrimination and equality, directives on work-life balance for parents and carers, employee privacy, workplace bullying and more.

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Employment Law in Latin America - A Year in Review

We are proud to present our ever-popular year in review webinar series. Each region across the globe will discuss key employment law developments in 2019 and what to expect in 2020. In this segment, experts from across Latin America will provide an overview of current trends and what you can expect in the coming year including: Changes in employment contracts, union relations & regulations; Teleworking, right to employment disconnection; Equal pay for women, sexual harassment; Internal investig

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Employment Law in the United States - A Year in Review

We are proud to present our ever-popular year in review webinar series. Each region across the globe will discuss key employment law developments in 2019 and what to expect in 2020. In this segment, experts from across the United States will provide an overview of current trends and what you can expect in the coming year on important topics such as: immigration, paid sick leave, medical marijuana, equal pay and more!

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Employment Law in Middle East & Africa: A Year in Review

We are proud to present our ever-popular year in review webinar series. Each region across the globe will discuss key employment law developments in 2019 and what to expect in 2020. In this segment, experts from across Middle East & Africa will provide an overview of current trends and what you can expect in the coming year including: immigration, paid sick leave, non-compete/non-disclosure agreements, harassment/discrimination and more! Register today!

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Employment Law in Canada: A Year in Review

We are proud to present our ever-popular year in review program. Each region across the globe will discuss key employment law developments in 2019 and what to expect in 2020. In this segment, experts from across Canada will provide an overview of current trends and what you can expect in the coming year including mental health in the workplace, family status updates, drugs and alcohol in the workplace and more! Register today!

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New Forms of Employment in Europe

Companies like Uber have changed the employment landscape for many. With a demand for increased flexibility and advanced technology, society has given rise to new forms of employment across Europe. Employers and HR Executives are tasked with characterizing workers with unconventional work patterns and re-defining the relationship between employer and employee. In this webinar, join experts from Germany, France, Luxembourg and Ireland to discuss new trends in AI management, changes in employme

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Europe: Fraud Investigation and Whistleblowing in the Workplace

Corruption and fraud in the workplace often goes unchallenged when people do not speak about it.  Speaking against it can carry high personal risk including work loss, humiliation, and legal consequences.  Yet, whistleblowers are invaluable in protecting human rights and saving others against harm, mismanagement and abuse.  In this webinar, experts from Italy, England and The Netherlands will discuss the legal protections and sanctions available for employers and employees.  Register today!

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Posting Employees in EU

According to Eurostat data, 3.8% of EU citizens (17 million people along with 1.4 million commuters) resided or worked in Member States other than those of which they are citizens at the end of 2017. The free movement of workers within EU afforded by the Posted Workers Directive can be challenging to human resource executives and talent management professionals who are tasked with managing human capital and building business in a competitive marketplace. In this webinar we will examine the emp

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Posting of Employees in Europe

According to Eurostat data, 3.8% of EU citizens (17 million people along with 1.4 million commuters) resided or worked in Member States other than those of which they are citizens at the end of 2017. In this webinar we will examine the employment laws to consider when sending workers to another Member State in accordance with the protections set forth by the Posting of Workers Directive. Join us to learn about rules, constraints, employee entitlements, and employer obligations when posting emplo

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Navigating Executive Leadership Transitions: A North American Perspective

Since the global economic crisis of 2008, the business world has continued to see unprecedented change and disruption.  Companies often must navigate compressed business cycles, shift business strategy and re-position executive leadership and talent to align with a new business model. Transition of top leadership brings numerous complexities that can affect business continuity, alter personal lives and impact the overall business brand. In this webinar, we will explore the complexities that can

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LGBTQ Employees in Greater China: Employment, Benefits and Immigration

Cultural changes and court decisions are prompting rapid and potentially far-reaching changes in the status and protection of LGBTQ employees in Greater China. Speakers from Taipei, Hong Kong, and Shanghai will discuss the extent of legal protections for LGBTQ employees in hiring and termination, discrimination and harassment issues, statutory and non-statutory benefits for same-sex partners and spouses, and more! Register today!

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Mental Health in the Workplace: Identifying Issues and Accommodating Employees

Join industry expert Corporate Counseling Associates (CCA), in conjunction with the law firm of Steptoe & Johnson PLLC, to discuss mental health in the workplace. The webcast will explore practical ways that human resource professionals can identify warning signs of mental illness and provide support and accommodations to employees within the boundaries of the law.

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Employee Mobility & Family Migration: What HR Executives Need to Know

As the demand for talent increases, employers are finding that having a global workforce is important to their overall strategy. More than ever, corporations are looking beyond their borders to build their organization with skilled employees. In this interactive webinar, experienced lawyers from Latin America will provide a deeper analysis into immigration and what HR executives need to know when hiring international employees. The second in a series on immigration, this webinar highligh

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Protection of Trade Secrets

Join us for a proactive discussion as we identify effective measures and remedies to enforce trade secrets. Learn how to protect company interests through confidentiality clauses, restrictive covenants and more! Register today and discover the answers to your most pressing questions in this interactive webinar.

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Non-Compete Agreements in Africa Portuguese Speaking Countries

Non-Compete Agreements are often seen as a limitation to an employee's fundamental 'freedom to work'. Join us in this interactive webinar as we examine this complex topic and its varied legal solutions in the PALOP jurisdictions: Angola, Cape Verde, Guinea-Bissau, Mozambique and Sao Tome & Principe.Sign up today to better manage the related risks to your business and receive answers to your most pressing questions!

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Women in the Workplace

The ELA is presenting the best lawyers in the Middle East region for a round-table discussion of topics including: - Statistics of Women in the Workplace- Equal Rights Under the Employment Law- Existing Rights Against Discrimination of Women- Encouragement of Women in the Private Sector. Register today and discover the answers to your most pressing questions in this interactive webinar. 

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Immigration 101: Rules, Regulations and Reality

Join us as we present Part 1 of a series of discussions surrounding your most pressing immigration questions. Topics include: requirements for permanent and provisional residency, treatment of immigrants, and complexity and reality of immigration systems in each jurisdiction. Register today!

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Employment Law in the United States: A Year in Review

An overview of key employment laws as well as those issues which will be paramount in the upcoming year for US corporations or multinational companies doing business in the United States.

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Employment Law in Europe: A Year in Review

This labor and employment webinar presents an overview of key employment laws as well as identifies issues which will be paramount in the upcoming year for European corporations or multinational companies doing business in Europe.

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Employee Fraud & Corruption in Latin America

Join us as we explore the incidence of corruption in the Latin American region and educate participants on the implications of corruption in the workplace. Our panel of employment law experts will review best practices and policies and procedures to safeguard your corporation and employees.

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Sexual Harassment Among the Global Workforce: An HR Law Perspective in the Asia Pacific

We have gathered a panel of HR Law experts to discuss the survey statistics on sexual harassment in the workplace and to educate participants on applicable laws and case-law precedents.

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Sexual Harassment Among the Global Workforce: An HR Law Perspective in Central America and Northern South America

We have gathered a panel of Central and South American HR Law experts to discuss the survey statistics on sexual harassment in the workplace and to educate participants on applicable laws and case-law precedents.

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Sexual Harassment Among the Global Workforce: An HR Law Perspective in Central & Southern South America

We have gathered a panel of Central and South American HR Law experts to discuss the survey statistics on sexual harassment in the workplace and to educate participants on applicable laws and case-law precedents.

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Sexual Harassment Among the Global Workforce: An HR Law Perspective in Africa and The Middle East

We have gathered a panel of HR Law experts from Africa and the Middle East to discuss the survey statistics on sexual harassment in the workplace and to educate participants on applicable laws and case-law precedents.

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Sexual Harassment Among the Global Workforce: An HR Law Perspective in the United States

We have gathered a panel of HR Law experts from across the United States to discuss the survey statistics on sexual harassment in the workplace and to educate participants on applicable laws and case-law precedents.

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Sexual Harassment Among the Global Workforce: An HR Law Perspective in Canada

We have gathered a panel of Canadian HR Law experts to discuss the survey statistics on sexual harassment in the workplace and to educate participants on applicable laws and case-law precedents.

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Sexual Harassment Among the Global Workforce: An HR Law Perspective in Europe

We have gathered a panel of European HR Law experts to discuss the survey statistics on sexual harassment in the workplace and to educate participants on applicable laws and case-law precedents.

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Campus Sexual Assault Update

It’s April! With the end of the academic year approaching, institutions are looking ahead to summer as administrators prepare to revise policies, procedures, and practices. This webinar provides an update on the status of Title IX and addresses the legal and practical issues surrounding campus response to sexual assault.

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What Keeps You Up at Night? Focusing on Nationalisation, Redundancy & Pensions, and End of Service Benefits in the Middle East

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Lessons Learned in Higher Education: Sexual Misconduct Around the World

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New Data Protection & Privacy Regulations in the EU

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Reconciling Employment Laws with Local Content Requirements in Africa: Focusing on Natural Resources and Extractive Industries

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#MeToo Goes Global: Considerations for Multinational Companies to Address Sexual Harassment

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The Wind of Change at the NLRB: How US Labor Law is Being Dramatically Reshaped by The Trump Administration

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Year in Review: Key US Employment Law Developments & What to Expect in 2018

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Workplace Leave Laws: Strategies to Navigate the Changing Landscape Impacting Europe

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Workforce Anxiety: Strategies for Changing Times

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Workplace Leave Laws: Strategies to Navigate the Changing Landscape in Canada

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Workplace Leave Laws: Strategies to Navigate the Changing Landscape in the US

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Trends in Workplace Health and Safety in Asia Pacific

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Campus Sexual Assault Laws Regulations and Guidance

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Cultural and Communication Issues that Impact Global Business

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The Implications of Brexit: What Does It Mean for Businesses in the UK and across the EU?

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Latest Trends in Non-Competes for Africa and the Middle East

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Puerto Rico’s Labor Transformation and Flexibility Act of 2017

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A Model Hiring Process: What You Need to Know to Survive an OFCCP Audit

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US Business Immigration Update: The Changing Legal Landscape

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Social Media and the New Workplace: Are Your Brand and Reputation Protected?

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Year in Review & What to Expect in 2017

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Three is a Crowd: What Employers Need to Know about Employee Outsourcing and Temporary Agencies in South America and Mexico

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Lo que los empleadores necesitan saber acerca de outsourcing, tercerización y agencias temporales en Centroamérica y Panamá

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Protecting the Crown Jewels: Managing Restrictive Covenants in European Employment Law

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Talking About My Generation…Optimizing Employee Performance in a Diverse World

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Making the Most of ELA Membership with Marketing

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Navigating Treacherous Waters – Practical Strategies for Managing Employee Medical Leaves in Canada

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What the NLRB Ruling on Student Assistants Means for Private Colleges and Universities

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Employee Remuneration in Africa and the Middle East: Challenges and Opportunities for Employers

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The Defend Trade Secrets Act: New Rights and Obligations for U.S. Employers

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Managing Employer Risk through Effective Performance Management

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Ensuring That Your Institution’s Website is ADA-Compliant: Key Issues for U.S. Colleges and Universities

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Maybe That Is My Employee: The New Definition of Joint Employer and What It Means for Your Campany

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What Employers in Asia/Pacific Need to Know about Monitoring Employee Off-Duty Conduct and Use of Social Media - North Asia

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What Employers in Asia/Pacific Need to Know about Monitoring Employee Off-Duty Conduct and Use of Social Media - South Asia

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A Year in Review: Key U.S. Labor and Employment Law Developments in 2015 and What to Expect in 2016

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Managing Restrictive Covenants in the European Pan-Nordic Region

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Key Issues in 2016 that Will Keep Administrators at U.S. Colleges and Universities up at Night

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Fraude, Investigaciones y Despido de Empleados en América del Sur y México: Las Mejores Prácticas para los Empleadores

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Fraude, Investigaciones y Despido de Empleados en Centro América y Panamá: Las Mejores Prácticas para los Empleadores

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Workplace Indecencies and Indiscretions – Best Practices for Canadian Colleges and Universities

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Navigating the U.S. Business Immigration Maze: Practical Guidance for Employers

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Untangling the Web - Employment Law Litigation in Europe

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Key Issues under the ADA and Section 504 for U.S. Colleges and Universities: What You Need to Know for the 2015-2016 Academic Year

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Navigating New Legal Developments on Same-Sex Marriage, Transgender Rights, and Pregnancy Discrimination: What Employers Need to Know

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Establishing an International Campus or Program in the UAE and Qatar: Corporate, Regulatory, Immigration, and Labour Law Considerations

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Workplace Privacy Rights for Employees in Africa and the Middle East

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Religious Workplace Accommodations: The U.S. Supreme Court's Decision in Abercrombie & Fitch

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"Privatized" Student Housing on Campus

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Le Licenciement pour motif personnel en Belgique, en France et au Luxembourg: Comment le mettre en œuvre et ses conséquences potentielles?

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Employee Labour Relations in Canada: A Legal Update for Employers

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Legal Update on Campus Sexual Violence: Clery, VAWA, Title IX and Beyond

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Background Checks and the Fair Credit Reporting Act: Key Issues for North America Employers

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Employee Data Privacy in the EU –The Essentials for Multinational Employers

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Immigration 101

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What Employers in Asia Need to Know about Protecting Company Rights and Confidential Information - North Asia

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What Employers in Asia Need to Know about Protecting Company Rights and Confidential Information - South Asia/Pacific

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Outsourcing and Employee Lay-offs in Latin America: What Employers Need to Know

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Unionization on Campus: What to Expect in 2015

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A Year in Review: Key U.S. Labor and Employment Law Developments in 2014 and What to Expect in 2015

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Sexual Misconduct Investigations for U.S. Colleges and Universities: What Attorneys around the World Need to Know

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Privacy v. the Employer's Right to Know: Hot Issues that Straddle the Can-Am Border

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Prevention and Redressal of Sexual Harassment at Work-Employer Obligations in India

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Immigration Issues in the Hospitality Industry: A Global Perspective

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LGBT Issues and U.S. Employment Law: What Employers Need to Know

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Workplace Safety and Health: What Companies Doing Business in Bangladesh, China, and India Need to Know

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European Works Councils: Challenges Facing Multi-National Employers Doing Business throughout Europe

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China Labor and Employment Law Update

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Demystifying Business Immigration Law and Compliance for U.S. Employers

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The BYOD Workplace and the 24/7 Employee: Managing Legal Risks for Employers

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Maximum Marketing with the ELA

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The NLRB Comes to Campus: An Update on Union Activity at U.S. Institutions of Higher Education

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Hot Topics in Employment Law for the Oil and Gas Industry: A Global Perspective

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A Year in Review: Key U.S. Labor and Employment Law Developments in 2013 and What to Expect in 2014

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Redundancies in Asia and the Pacific: What Employers Need to Know - South Asia and the Pacific Session

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Redundancies in Asia and the Pacific: What Employers Need to Know - North Asia Session

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Drugs, Alcohol, Social Media, and Harassment in the Workplace: A Canadian Overview

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Key Employment Issues for U.S. Employers in the Hospitality Industry

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The U.S. Supreme Court's 2013 Employment Law Decisions: Key Considerations for Employers

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Affirmative Action and OFCCP Regulations and Audits: When and How They Apply to Your Business

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Hot Topics in Labor Law Affecting the Retail and Restaurant Industry: A Global Perspective

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Preventing Workplace Violence in the U.S.: Critical Legal, Behavioral, and Operational Considerations for Employers

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M&A in the Middle East and North Africa: Key Issues for Employers

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New Developments in European Labour and Employment Law – What Employers Need to Know

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A Year in Review: Key U.S. Employment Law Developments in 2012 and What to Expect in 2013

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Employers Beware: Major Changes in Mexican labor and Employment Law

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Global Workforce Mobility: What Employers Need to Know

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Hot Topics in Canadian Employment Law: A Coast-to-Coast Review

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Hot Topics in U.S. Labor and Employment Law for the Hospitality Industry

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Can Employers Demand to See Employees' and Applicants' Facebook Pages?

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Harassment and Discrimination Issues in Latin America

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Social Media and Privacy: Challenges Facing European Employers

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Hot Topics in U.S. Wage and Hour Law

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Social Media and Disciplining Employees: What Employers Need to Know

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Hiring and Firing Workers in Asia and the Pacific

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A Year in Review: Key U.S. Labor and Employment Law Developments in 2011 and What to Expect in 2012

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Latest Developments in Human Rights in Canada: A Coast-to-Coast Overview

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Making Your ELA Membership Work Harder for You

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Hiring and Firing Workers in Benelux

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Mergers and Acquisitions in Latin America: What Every Employer Needs to Know

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The U.S. Federal Government’s Attempt to Strengthen the Power of Unions – and Why You Should Care

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Hiring Workers in South Africa

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Class Action Waivers and Enforceable Arbitration Agreements after the Supreme Court's 2011 Decision in AT&T Mobility v. Concepcion

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Hiring Workers in Eastern Europe and the CIS Countries

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Hiring Workers in East Africa

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Outsourcing in Europe: What Employers Need to Know

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Multi-National Companies Doing Business Abroad – Avoiding Common Business Immigration Pitfalls

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A Year in Review: Key U.S. Labor Law Developments in 2010 and What to Expect in 2011

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A Year in Review: Key U.S. Employment Law Developments in 2010 and What to Expect in 2011

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Union Establishment and Labor Unrest: What Every Employer Doing Business in China Needs to Know - Asia Session

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Union Establishment and Labor Unrest: What Every Employer Doing Business in China Needs to Know - North America Session

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Transfer of Data and Personal Information Across Borders in the EU

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Labor and Employment Law Issues Triggered by Mergers and Acquisitions in the U.S.

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Cultural Considerations for Conducting Business in a Global Economy - Sessions 1 and 2

Cultural Considerations for Conducting Business in a Global Economy - Sessions 1 and 2

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Your Top Talent Walks Out the Door: Now What?

How to Stop Your Competitors from Raiding Your Workforce and Engaging in Unfair Competition in the U.S. and Canada

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MySpace is Not Your Space: What Employers Need to Know about Employee Social Networking

With the advent of more and more social networking tools, it is becoming increasingly easier - and often more common - for employees to connect outside of work to talk about work.

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Opening a Business and Hiring Workers in Latin America

Latin and South American countries are becoming increasingly attractive to multi-national companies seeking to open offices on a global basis.

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An OFCCP Audit -- Coming to a "Theatre" Near You....

The Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) within the U.S. Department of Labor is responsible for enforcing the nondiscrimination and affirmative action obligations applicable to federal contractors and subcontractors. Failure to fully comply with these rules puts your government contracts in jeopardy. OFCCP recently received a large increase in funding and personnel, which it intends to devote primarily to enhanced enforcement. Regardless of whether your business is publicly or privately owned, for-profit or non-profit, based in the U.S. or overseas, you need to understand how these new developments will affect your organization.

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Hiring, Documenting, and Terminating H-1B Workers in a Climate of Increased Government Scrutiny

What In-House Counsel and H.R. Professionals Need to Know

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Caution Advised: Federal and State Laws Regulating Pre-Employment Screening and Safe Hiring

Failure to exercise diligence when hiring new employees can result in workplace violence, fraud, embezzlement and the legal and financial nightmare that can come from hiring someone with a false credential or who is not qualified. To avoid bad hiring decisions, employers increasingly turn to pre-employment background screening as a risk management tool.

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Conducting Employee Background Checks in the EU: Is it Legal? Is it Advisable?

While employers in the United States have been conducting background checks on prospective employees for years, it still is a relatively new concept for companies in the EU. American companies have been doing this to uncover resume fraud, screen out potentially dangerous employees, and ascertain whether there has been a past history of criminal or other dangerous behavior.

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Conducting an Effective Internal Investigation in the United States

This webinar is a follow-up to the October 2009 webinar on conducting employee investigations, but will be devoted exclusively to addressing the special and unique issues that arise when investigating employee misconduct in the United States

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Conducting an Effective Internal Investigation - A Global Perspective

Conducting internal investigations of employee conduct has been common practice in the U.S. for years, and is only recently becoming a world-wide phenomenon. When grappling with a claim of harassment, discrimination, theft, retaliation, or workplace violence, a multi-national company needs to ensure that its investigation is handled consistently from jurisdiction to jurisdiction and is thorough and professional; otherwise, it faces a real prospect of expensive litigation and significant liability.

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Doing Business in the Muslim World - North/South America

Practical Issues for Employers and Employees

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Doing Business in the Muslim World - Europe

Practical Issues for Employers and Employees

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Asia and the Pacific - Making Tough Personnel Decisions in a Global Recession:

How to Do Them Right and Minimize Liability

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Africa and Middle East - Making Tough Personnel Decisions in a Global Recession

The global recession has impacted every region in the world. Multi-national companies are being forced to make tough but necessary personnel decisions in all of their operations. One of many challenges is ensuring that layoffs and redundancies are implemented in compliance with local laws, which can vary greatly from country to country and often from region to region within a given jurisdiction.

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Reducing Your Exposure to Pay Discrimination Claims

How Employers Doing Business in the U.S. Should Respond to the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act

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Europe: Making Tough Personnel Decisions in a Global Recession

The global recession has impacted every region in the world. Multi-national companies are being forced to make tough but necessary personnel decisions in all of their operations. One of many challenges is ensuring that layoffs and redundancies are implemented in compliance with local laws, which can vary greatly from country to country and often from region to region within a given jurisdiction.

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United States: Making Tough Personnel Decisions in a Global Recession

How to Do Them Right and Minimize Liability

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Immigration Issues For Employers

What In-House Counsel and Human Resources Professionals Need to Know

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Immunity Gone! Will Jail Be Next?

What You Need to Know about Doing Business in Iraq in 2009 and Beyond

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Changes to the ADA and FMLA

What In-house Counsel and Human Rresources Professionals Need to Know

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Anticipating the Employee Free Choice Act (EFCA)

Enactment of the Employee Free Choice Act ("EFCA"), which will result in a new paradigm for union organizing and collective bargaining, is certain to be at the top of the legislative agenda for President-Elect Obama. The information presented during both webinars reviewed how the new paradigm will work, how unions may approach negotiations for that all-important first contract, and why interest arbitration for a first contract will make the practical and legal landscape unrecognizable.

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Employment Law in Latin America: A Year in Review (Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay, Peru and Uruguay)

This webinar will focus on what employers should expect as we move deeper into 2021. Key issues our experts will address include government incentives, new laws surrounding remote working, and rightsizing in companies. Register today!

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