The 2012 Global Employer Institute

Date: 07 Nov - 09 Nov 2012
Location: Washington, DC, United States

2012 Global Employer Institute presented by Littler Mendelson’s International Employment and Labor Law Practice Group

The Global Employer Institute is an ideal opportunity to network with colleagues while gaining valuable insights into today’s most pressing international employment and labor law issues. Some of the issues we will consider:

  • Performance and termination decisions when the employee works abroad
  • Preventing workplace harassment in a global workforce
  • Opportunities and challenges in implementing a responsible supply chain management program
  • Managing the social media activity of a multinational workforce
  • What every multinational should know about bounty hunters and whistleblowers
  • How to design compensation packages for global executives
  • Emerging issues in labor and employment in Latin America
  • Challenges and opportunities in designing and implementing global diversity programs

The Fairmont Hotel
2401 M Street Northwest
Washington, DC

Dinner / Special Event: The Kreeger Museum, Thursday, November 8th

Continuing Education: CLE and PHR/SPHR pending approval

Susan Woodhouse, Principal, Sr. Director Knowledge Management, International Employment and Labor Law Practice Group
Phone: (415) 288-6307

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