EY’s Spring 2016 Labor & Employment Law Global newsletter out now

In our rapidly changing business environment, growing organizations are now using diverse business models to accommodate their business needs. Indeed, in today’s ODE (on-demand economy) or “gig” economy, businesses are now resorting to the use of diverse workforce models across the supply chain. Companies are increasingly relying not only on their own workforce to get … More EY’s Spring 2016 Labor & Employment Law Global newsletter out now

EU Member States to adopt single set of rules on data protection

On 15 June 2015, the European Union (EU) Council of Ministers reached agreement on its proposed General Data Protection Regulation. The resolution will establish a single set of rules for Member States and will impact organizations established within the EU, as well as those outside the region that process citizens’ data to offer them goods … More EU Member States to adopt single set of rules on data protection

Multi-jurisdictional Labor and Employment Law update

Most countries have anti-discrimination laws, and no two jurisdictions apply the same approach. This shows the real complexity in dealing with discrimination in a global world, where different cultures intersect and where the definition of discrimination varies across borders. Even in the European Union – which is subject to a universal Directive on discrimination – each Member State operates under its … More Multi-jurisdictional Labor and Employment Law update