Global and Mobile: Employing an International Workforce
Employers operating outside the U.S. face increasing challenges as countries around the world tighten employment and immigration laws governing third-country nationals who are conducting business and working within their borders. We will address the myriad laws and policies companies should consider to avoid costly pitfalls with global assignments and business trips. We will also offer best practices to address the top ten global employment and immigration issues, including:
Starting operations in a new country
Business trips - avoiding the "Accidental Ex-Pat" syndrome
Ex-Pat employment contracts
Visas and work permits
Employee leasing and other global employment arrangements
Tax and benefits issues
Corporate compliance with increasingly restrictive laws
Corporate restructuring and global assignments
Terminating employment abroad
SPEAKERS:Erika Collins, Partner - Paul, Hastings, Janofsky & Walker LLPDeborah Marlowe, Partner - Berry Appleman & Leiden LLP
DATE & LOCATION:Wednesday, January 26, 2011Paul, Hastings, Janofsky & Walker LLP75 East 55th Street, New York, NY 10022
AGENDA:Continental Breakfast at 8:00 a.m.Program from 8:30 - 10:00 a.m.
MCLE Credit: PendingHRCI Credit: Pending
The Global Personnel Alliance (GPA) is a forum for internationally active companies interested in global personnel mobility. GPA was formed to provide companies with the opportunity to discuss best practices and common issues, and to seek resolution of shared problems. GPA includes companies and business organizations in a wide range of industries.