Can reopening your workplace help you reimagine your future?

Successfully returning to the physical workplace is the priority. But recovery from the COVID-19 crisis is also an opportunity to reframe your organization’s future. In Germany, car dealerships are reopening their showrooms; in Bangladesh’s garment factories, the sewing machines are restarting; and across much of the US, companies from chipmakers to jet manufacturers are cautiously … More Can reopening your workplace help you reimagine your future?

Global Labor and Employment Law Strategic Topics. Covid-19: Workplace Challenges Now and Beyond

The Covid-19 Pandemic is forcing organizations around the world to adapt their company and its culture to new ways of working. This includes, of course, first and foremost, health & safety concerns for the workforce, customers, and partners, as well as using and enabling technology to allow people to work efficiently together from different physical … More Global Labor and Employment Law Strategic Topics. Covid-19: Workplace Challenges Now and Beyond

COVID-19: Four key considerations for legal positions on force majeure

Due to Covid-19, legal departments are assessing how force majeure and hardship clauses apply to commercial relationships around the world. Legal teams are contemplating the option of applying the principles of force majeure to assess suspension or termination of their organization’s contracts. Key considerations for legal positions on force majeure across the world and how … More COVID-19: Four key considerations for legal positions on force majeure

Employee health: six key questions for your legal team

During an event like the COVID-19 pandemic, employers must determine their responsibilities, along with those of employees and subcontractors. When a health crisis hits, such as the COVID-19 global pandemic, employers must reassess their obligations to employee health and other stakeholders under the regulatory regimes in which their organization operates. Determining responsibilities is always a … More Employee health: six key questions for your legal team

COVID-19: What employers need to do and how governments are helping

The regularly updated EY global labor and employment law tracker helps you monitor rapidly emerging regulations and stimulus efforts. In this fast-moving environment, corporate legal functions are encountering questions that urgently need to be answered. Companies around the globe are now facing unprecedented challenges, not only financially but also in terms of human resources. The … More COVID-19: What employers need to do and how governments are helping

COVID-19: Five ways to maintain continuity and reshape for resilience

Global companies have to be predictive and proactive in their decision-making to preserve business continuity and build enterprise resilience. As companies navigate the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, there are a number of key issues corporate leaders should be thinking about, as well as steps they can take to not only react to severe business shocks now … More COVID-19: Five ways to maintain continuity and reshape for resilience

Global Labor and Employment Law Strategic Topics – 2020 Edition, Issue 1

It is in difficult times like this, that we can fully appreciate the need for close collaboration between employer and employees to appropriately address the multiple challenges related to a pandemic. As the spread of the novel coronavirus COVID-19 continues to accelerate in Europe and throughout the world, it is essential for employers to plan … More Global Labor and Employment Law Strategic Topics – 2020 Edition, Issue 1

Why companies must be increasingly focused on ageism

People are living longer and delaying their retirement if they can. Here’s what to consider as the dynamics of the workplace shift. The traditional view of retirement is changing fast. The combination of an aging population and increases in life expectancy, and the cost of living at retirement has contributed to the growth of an … More Why companies must be increasingly focused on ageism

How a new talent mindset can solve the post-merger integration puzzle

Boards that prioritize employees and culture during their acquisition integration may be better positioned to hit their post-deal targets. With talent in short supply, many companies rely on mergers and acquisitions (M&A) to secure a workforce that will fuel new capacity for innovation and growth. In EY’s 18th edition of the Capital Confidence Barometer, 67% … More How a new talent mindset can solve the post-merger integration puzzle

Global Labor and Employment Law strategic topics

Employment Documentation Management Globally Companies operating cross border with employees around the world are facing increased challenges to ensure compliance with the various labor and employment law documentation and retention requirements. In the second edition of Global Labor and Employment Law Strategic Topics in 2019, we explore employment documentation management globally.  Global organizations often have … More Global Labor and Employment Law strategic topics