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October,  2016

Are You Developing Global Leaders?
In today’s diverse and complex marketplace, charismatic and innovative leadership isn’t enough. Leaders must be agile, inclusive, culturally competent and global.To remain competitive in a global economy, organizations must determine (...)
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The Double-Edged Sword of Overseas Experience
Bottom Line: Executives who accumulate international experience are no more likely than others to advance their career at multinational companies.Thanks to the increased emphasis on globalization and the continued emergence of multination (...)
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Michigan Incentives (job training)
The State of Michigan is, once again, offering reimbursement for qualified costs related to training new and current employees through the Skilled Trades Training Fund (STTF). All employers with a presence in Michigan are welcome to apply.  The appl (...)
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China Ministry of Human Resources Issues Three New Regulations to Strengthen Enforcement of Labor Laws in 2017
Within the space of two months, the China Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security ("MHRSS") has issued three successive regulations aimed at strengthening enforcement of labor laws and regulations and ensuring companies' compliance (...)
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Can an expat work or do business in Mexico?
Generally speaking, the first condition to doing business as a foreigner in Mexico is to obtain or make sure you will be able to obtain the proper approval and visa from immigration. Unlike the US or Canada, where after getting a visa to work you can (...)
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UK Brexit: 10 steps for employers to take now
OverviewFollowing the vote in favour of Brexit on 23 June,  there is uncertainty as to what comes next.  Much will depend on who replaces David Cameron and what the government's Brexit strategy will be, how and when Article 50 of (...)
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2016 Asia-Pacific HR Report
HRD’s readers have spoken. In our second annual APAC HR Report, we get the lowdown from the frontline on the key challenges and opportunities facing the profession.To view 60-page report, (...)
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Talent Development Tip For China: Throw Them In The Deep End
As the Chinese saying goes, it takes a decade to grow trees, but a century to groom talent.”[tweet_quote display="Unfortunately, given the Chinese economy’s constant changes + fast-paced development, companies cannot wait that long"]Unf (...)
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U.S. Companies Turn to German Training Model to Fill Jobs Gap
Vocational approach popular in Germany helps smaller U.S. firms build skilled workforce.American employers struggling to find enough qualified industrial workers are turning to Germany for a solution to plug the U.S. skills gap: vocationa (...)
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Mexico: Two initiatives to amend legislation related to labor litigation and to collective bargaining
On April 28 of this year, the President sent two initiatives down to Federal Congress, for their approval, to amend legislation related to labor litigation  and to collective bargaining.On a Constitutional level, the first initiative (...)
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Ten things you didn’t know about employment law in Brazil
The 2016 Olympic Games kicks off in Rio de Janeiro on Friday 5 August with a colourful and energetic opening ceremony. It will run until 21 August, followed by the Paralympic Games from 7 September to 18 September.The organisers are repor (...)
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U.S.: The Right Way to Check Someone’s References
You think you’ve found the right candidate to fill your open position and now it’s time to check references. What’s the best way to get the information you need? Should you ask each person the same questions? What do you read—if anything—in (...)
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China Employment Law Update
In this issue:- New Measures Increase Company Responsibility for Labor Unrest- New Salary Payment Regulations in Shanghai- Employers Face Liability for Unpaid High-Temperature Subsidies- Occupational Disease Approval Pro (...)
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The earning gap between Chinese and foreigners in China continues to decrease as priorities in the job market shift
Frank Turner (pseudonym), 35, an Australian who worked as a translator in the local division of a top IT company in Shenzhen, Guangdong Province, just resigned from his job. One of the reasons is that he was frustrated about working at the company fo (...)
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China Employment Arbitration: Good Luck With That Battle
Every few weeks one of our China lawyers will get an email from a foreign company (virtually always a WFOE) that is in a dispute with its China employee. They usually are surprised that they are in the dispute because they are of the view that they d (...)
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France: Calculation of severance pay
OverviewTwo decisions of the French Court of Cassation have considered the impact of variable remuneration when calculating legal severance pay.ContentsAccording to two decisions of the French Court o (...)
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Romania, highest increase in cost of labor among EU states
The hourly cost of labor in Romania rose by 12% in the second quarter of the year compared to the same period in 2015, according to EU’s statistics office Eurostat.It registered the highest growth rate among the EU member states. By com (...)
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U.S.: Study Addresses 'Crippling Deficit' in Skilled Workers
American students are perfectly capable and interested in entering those fields, but aren’t being encouraged to pursue a STEM career.A new study by Huy Le, associate professor of management at The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTS (...)
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U.S. Manufacturers Attempting to Upskill Their Workforces
As manufacturers rapidly adopt new technologies, they are increasingly faced with the problem of hiring and/or training workers who can help them to exploit these technologies. PwC’s latest survey explores this issue.In June, PwC releas (...)
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New USCIS Policy Decision Broadens Permissible Bases for Visa Transfer of Multinational Managers
After four years of internal deliberations, U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services (USCIS) recently issued a policy memorandum binding all USCIS personnel to follow the reasoning of a 2013 USCIS Administrative Appeals Office (AAO) decision. That (...)
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Mexico: Company’s solidarity liability with the expat
Areas of Interest: Companies with foreign employees.According to the laws and regulations on immigration, Companies which offer a job position to a foreign citizen are jointly and severally liable with their obligations within Mexican ter (...)
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6 things to know about business travel to Rio de Janeiro
An estimated 1 million foreign travelers were expected to visit Rio de Janeiro for the 2016 Summer Olympic Games, Aug.5- 21, according to Brazil’s Ministry of Tourism. The crowds meant long lines and wait times, but planning makes all the differenc (...)
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Key Challenges Facing Global Talent Management Strategies’s latest Audio Interview, Key Challenges Facing Global Talent Management Strategies” features John Brice, president of MSI Global Talent Management. Mr. Brice presents key considerations in response to emerging trends (...)
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Managing Risk and Compliance with your Global Traveler
Kellie Herrick, Tax Manager, People Advisory Services, EY Kellie Herrick is a Manager in the EY Human Capital practice. For more than 10 years she has focused primarily on mid-market multinational companies, with globally mobile populations between 1 (...)
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Singapore: Guidelines for employers on leave and notice periods for term contract employees
OverviewIn June 2016,  Singapore's Ministry of Manpower, National Trades Union Congress and National Employers Federation jointly published a set of Guidelines on the Employment of Term Contract Employees.Contents (...)
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Prioritizing HR to succeed in China
Domestic Chinese companies are often held back by their lack of HR savvy. By identifying HR challenges, local firms and multinationals can put themselves firmly on the road to success.While the human resources (HR) function is almost univ (...)
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Employment law, Immigration and Brexit: how much more do we know?
We reported last month on implications for employers in the immediate aftermath of the Brexit referendum result. Much uncertainty remains over how the referendum vote will be implemented. However, we have been monitoring major developments and announ (...)
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Preparing for Brexit – a checklist for HR
Organisations across the world face a period of uncertainty, following the UK vote to leave the European Union. As politicians decide if and when to invoke Article 50, initiating the formal exit from the EU, HR professionals are planning their strate (...)
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Women in Management: Old and New Challenges in Brazil and China
Taking into account the rapid pace of advancement and the changing world of the twenty-first century, this book presents the results obtained from the MBA thesis study about the presence of women in management positions, highlighting the Brazilian an (...)
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The robotization of logistics will lead to the disappearance of 1.5 million jobs in the Eurozone in the next ten years
- Research examines the economic impact of robotic solutions in logistics- Total cost of robotic solutions is falling sharply and expected to drop below 100,000 euros by 2020- Robotization increases productivity in warehouses (...)
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Robots will eliminate 6% of all US jobs by 2021, report says
Employees in fields such as customer service and transportation face a ‘disruptive tidal wave’ of automation in the not-too-distant future.By 2021, robots will have eliminated 6% of all jobs in the US, starting with customer service r (...)
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Millions in South East Asia to lose jobs to automation
A new report by the International Labour Organisation (ILO) has predicted massive job losses in South East Asia due to increasingly automated manufacturing.The study, which looks at trends for the coming two decades, shows that more than (...)
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Industry-Academia Collaboration in Japan – Opportunities for Foreign Companies
Technology transfer from science to industry has not been particularly well developed in Japan traditionally. Yet the country’s level of science is excellent and offers a good source for industry and even foreign companies.Before turnin (...)
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