May 2019
FutureWorks: Future Insights and Inspiration for the Global Employer
Together with senior leadership from progressive global organizations, as well as distinguished thought leaders in industry and academia, we discussed the megatrends impacting the future of work.
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For today's employers, managing a global workforce requires complying with local labor and employment laws in multiple jurisdictions, staying abreast of rapidly changing regulations, handling the growing demands of labor unions and works councils, and moving talent quickly across borders. It also means developing strategies to retain high-potential employees, especially during reorganizations and spinoffs. To achieve these objectives, it's essential for employers to stay up-to-date on the latest employment trends in areas such as workforce restructuring, reward programs, and labor and human rights.

We are the only firm currently ranked Band One by Chambers Global for Employment. Chambers Global cites the global employment practice as a "premier global employment practice that regularly assists multinational corporations with the employment aspects of corporate transactions." For many years, our employment practice has received band 1 rankings at a country level across the world.

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