In today’s “hyper-connected” world, more and more employees are working remotely with clients and colleagues in different countries and time zones, making it increasingly difficult to set clear boundaries between working time and time off.
The blurring of that line raises issues for employers as they try to manage working time and overtime pay, fulfil business needs and comply with legal requirements. This is all the more important given the health and safety concerns for employees in continuous electronic connection with work.
It’s imperative for companies to be aware of various wage and hour laws around the globe and the latest edition of EY’s Labor & Employment Law Strategic Global Topics will help HR & Legal professionals navigate this landscape and build a better working world.
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EY Legal Services Contacts:
Roselyn Sands – Global Labor and Employment Law Leader