Content Types: GuideRegions & Countries: USAServices: LegalEmployment & Immigration
Overview A. The United States Federal System There are two primary spheres of law in the United States: federal and state. The U.S. Constitution is the foundation for all federal law and is the supreme law of the land. Federal law is legislated and...
Content Types: ArticleRegions & Countries: USAServices: LegalEmployment & Immigration
Employers continue to wrestle with the issue of whether to require employees and prospective employees to divulge their social media passwords. Read our analysis.
Content Types: GuideRegions & Countries: CanadaServices: LegalEmployment & Immigration
Guide to Canada's employment law, including employee protections, compensation & benefits, workplace safety, compliance, secondment, and proper due diligence.
Content Types: GuideRegions & Countries: ChinaServices: LegalEmployment & Immigration
Key employment documents include employment contracts, employee handbooks, expatriate assignment agreements, non-compete agreements, and termination agreements. Many employers often wrongly or mistakenly believe that they can adopt the employment documents of their offshore parent companies or affiliates and use them in China with minimal or no revisions.
Content Types: CommentaryRegions & Countries: ChinaServices: Employment & Immigration
This article focuses on a common dilemma that Chinese Companies face when investing overseas. A more comprehensive review of people related success factors is provided in the previous article: Overseas Investment: People Factors that determine Failure or...