Research Report

Complying with Foreign Employment Law

May 2017

Companies operating in overseas markets must navigate an increasingly complex and ever-evolving maze of national, state, and local labor and employment laws. Employees that work for US owned and operated corporations are afforded the same protections from discrimination in the workplace under US law, whether they work in a domestic or international location. However, building an international workforce and hiring from the local talent pool in a foreign-based location requires employers to comply with a multitude of additional legal obligations and host-country labor laws.

Complying with Foreign Employment Law
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