Companies with international operations need to manage risks and maximise the opportunities in their people strategies whilst complying with regulations of multiple jurisdictions.
Wherever your employment, pensions or immigration issues arise, our team can deliver a coordinated and commercial approach through our network of offices in the UK, Europe, the Middle East and Asia as well as long-standing relationships and networks throughout the United States, Africa, Asia and the Caribbean.
We regularly advise on:
• the protection of trade information and business connections;
• labour mobility issues and managing global human resources with an emphasis on tax-driven solutions;
• trade unions/collective rights /In-country Works Councils/European Works Councils;
• whistleblowing and investigations;
• data protect/privacy/social media;
• equality and diversity;
• immigration assignments and secondments;
• incentive programs and reward regulation;
• moves towards single employment contract and cross border policies and codes of conduct; and
Meet the Team
The UK’s New Skilled Worker & Intra-Company Visa Routes: a closer look
Taking a closer look at the UK’s new visas to assist UK businesses.
Have your say: MAC call for evidence on Intra-Company Visa Route
The MAC, has launched a call for evidence on the Intra-Company Transfer (ICT) immigration route.
Post-Brexit Implications for UK/EU Business Travel
How companies need to monitor the activities of their employees on business trips in a post-Brexit world.
The EU-UK Trade & Cooperation Agreement is not a meaningful replacement of free movement
The TCA is vastly limited compared to free movement and simply extends the business visitor category.
Tackling Recruitment & Potential Racial Discrimination under the UK’s new Post-Brexit Immigration System
What the new Skilled Worker route and the UK's new immigration system will mean for UK employers & their recruitment practices?
Trevor Bettany quoted by People Management on the legalities of the BBC’s new impartiality guidance
Working abroad: unintended consequences
Discovering the implications of working abroad in relation to employment, tax, financial regulations and immigration,
IR35: how employers should prepare for April 2021
Discussing the key upcoming changes to the off-payroll working rules in April 2021 and how to start preparing.
What are the legal implications of the Swiss Federal Council’s COVID-19 measures on employees and independent workers?
Our Team in Switzerland set out an overview of the rights available to companies, employees and the self-employed in terms of remuneration.
Uber drivers are employees according to the French highest jurisdiction
The French Supreme Court announced their decision on the employee status of Uber drivers on 4 March 2020.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Insights and Information
Visit our hub page for the latest on planning for and coping with the impact of Coronavirus.
Laure de Ganay
French courts find employer liable for employee’s death during sex on a business trip
The Paris Court of Appeal found a company liable for the death of an employee on a business trip while having sex with a stranger.
UK to end freedom of movement
Government proposal to end free movement for EU citizens on 31 October 2019 in the event of a No-Deal Brexit.
Employment update: 2019 and beyond
We highlight the key employment issues on the horizon for 2019 - and beyond.
Home Office backtracks on Tier 1 Investor Visa suspension
The Home Office today confirmed that the suspension has not taken place and the category remains open for now.
The MAC publishes final report on a post-Brexit immigration system
The MAC makes recommendations to the government about what a post -Brexit UK migration system should look like.