The Labor Law in France covers all issues related to employment, labor laws, and regulations. The terms and conditions of employment are clearly stated. The law also ensures employee representation and talks about discrimination, maternal and family leaves, as well as rights of all workers. There are a total of 35 jurisdictions focused on labor law in France.

Here are some of the recent changes to French labor laws:

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Implementing payroll in new countries is not easy. In-country regulations, compliance, ensuring statutory requirements are met is just the beginning. One of my recent clients came to Blue Marble with several challenges and needs for their global payroll. Some of the biggest issues for them were lack of visibility across all countries, and local in-country compliance concerns.

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Payroll teams in the US have figured out payroll regulations, paying employees on time, and managing new legislation and regulations each year. So it would make sense that these same skills would translate to global payroll. Yet most companies find global payroll extremely challenging and struggle to maintain compliance. Why is global payroll so complicated?

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In Ontario, Canada, workplace rights are an important part of the employment experience. Every employee has the right to be treated fairly at the workplace, to work in a safe environment, to be trained to deal with any workplace emergencies or hazards, and to become a part of a trade union.

Workers in Ontario are protected by the Employment Standards Act (ESA), the Pay Equity Act (PEA), the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA), and the Labor Relations Act (LRA). Here are some of the rights of workers in Ontario:

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With advances in communication, infrastructure, and logistics technology, the world is getting smaller day by day. As a result, we are witnessing an unprecedented connection between different regions of the world, unobstructed by borders. This translates to businesses as well. Companies are looking to expand their operations that cover multiple regions to tap into these markets. This phenomenon is not borne of expansionist ideals but is the basis of survival for businesses as competition increases, resources become scarce, and risk becomes more eminent.

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India is the world’s sixth-largest economy, and has an annual average GDP growth rate ranging from 6% to 7% since the start of the 21st century. Setting up a business in India can allow you to take advantage of a large customer base, which is likely to increase your business’ profitability.

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Over the past 16 years, the Ethiopian labor law has stayed pretty much the same. A few years ago, the government approved some changes to the law to accommodate changes in labor markets, employer-employee relationships, and investments in Ethiopia.

Here are some of the changes that were made to the Labor Law in Ethiopia:

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South East Asia features some of the fastest growing economies in the world. The presence of varying landscapes and cultures make it one of the most diverse markets for business expansion.

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As each week passes, new challenges arise for companies with global operations. Different employment laws, payroll and furlough schemes, and reopening strategies in each country make it more difficult to ensure payroll compliance with evolving regulations. How can you keep the company operational in each country while ensuring you’re keeping up with payroll and employment requirements?

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Today, an understanding of every African market and its unique situation is crucial for entrepreneurial success. In this blog, we will be discussing some of the top African countries for people looking to start a new business, as well as the business advantages that Africa, on the whole, has to offer.

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