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Toledo Legal News - News New IBA GEI report highlights human resources issues across countries, and laws used to ameliorate

 

In its seventh Annual Global Report, published recently, the International Bar Association Global Employment Institute (IBA GEI) highlights general international trends in human resources (HR) law. The information is compiled from the surveyed responses of lawyers in 46 countries, who were asked to consider the most relevant issues relating to employment, industrial relations, discrimination and immigration law during 2017 and the start of 2018, and to explain concisely their significance. The Report builds on the historical perspective of previous editions of the publication.

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