Global Employment Law Publications 

 

The Word, Forces for Change

The Word, Forces for Change
Geopolitical realignments, sociodemographic change and technological advancements are reshaping the modern workplace and affecting businesses all over the world. Ius Laboris has carried out global research to help better understand the impact and challenges of this evolving landscape.

Working time

Working time
In this report covering 51 countries, we take a global look at the law on working hours, breaks and rest time between work shifts and how it is applied in different countries.

Monitoring in the Workplace

Monitoring in the Workplace
Our research on monitoring in the workplace analyses the rules on monitoring in 41 countries and examines how the law is coping with the growing tensions between new technologies and the strengthening of privacy rights.

The Gig Economy

The Gig Economy
In this publication, we present our findings from 40 countries around the world on how governments are grappling with the question of how to protect gig-economy workers without jettisoning the benefits the gig economy provides to consumers.

Non-Compete Covenants

Non-Compete Covenants
This guide provides employers with a comprehensive overview of national systems restricting the competitive behaviour of employees, allowing the protection of legitimate interests without overly-broad restrictions.

Transfers of Undertakings and
Protection of Employment

Transfers of Undertakings and <br />Protection of Employment
The rules on transfers of undertakings can be a minefield in some countries — but important to get right. This guide helps you navigate through safely.

Immigration

Immigration
With an increasingly mobile workforce, our guide provides readers with information to help plan international assignments, transfers and secondments.

Individual Dismissals Across Europe

Individual Dismissals Across Europe
Rules and regulations for dismissing individuals vary considerably across Europe. This guide provides human resource executives and consultants with a comprehensive overview of national systems.

Economic and Organisational Dismissals

Economic and Organisational  Dismissals
Reducing workforces, redundancies, downsizing and rationalising. Our guide highlights for the circumstances in which dismissals for economic or organisational reasons can occur.