There have been some significant changes in labor laws in Cambodia over the past few years that show that the country is moving to protect women and employees of all ages, castes, and religions. As of 2020, Cambodia has been promoting equal pay, equal opportunities, and professions, and paid leave for workers. Here are some of the labor laws in Cambodia:

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Australia has a GDP of more than 1 trillion US dollars, along with a sizeable middle and upper-middle-class citizenship. The country also has a thriving service sector forming 68 percent of its GDP.

Australia’s open economy has enabled it to become a major player in the global market. It was able to grow by 3.1% in the December quarter, despite the worldwide setback from COVID-19. If you are considering expanding your business operations to the country, here are some common regulatory issues that you need to know about:

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According to a close majority of votes in 2016, the British people voted to leave the European Union (EU). Brexit will have repercussions on the UK job market but how it could specifically affect UK Nationals searching for jobs remains in the balance. Here are some of the ways Brexit could affect the search for jobs in the UK:

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The Republic of Singapore is a small city-state with a population of 5.8 million people. The diverse and multi-ethnic population of Singapore comprises 72.6% Chinese, 15% Malays, and 7.4% Indians. Amongst the other ethnic groups living in Singapore are Eurasians and laborers from South Asia, who make up a large part of the population.

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A country’s parental leave policy is often a reflection of how the country views gender equality. By dividing responsibilities between both parents, a country encourages gender equality and breaks free from traditional gender roles. Here are four countries with the best parental leave policies in the world:

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Sweden is a country in northern Europe with a population of more than 10 million people. The majority of Sweden’s population is between the ages of 25 and 34. Currently, about 73% of Sweden’s labor force is employed but despite a youthful population, Sweden has a relatively high unemployment rate, at 531,000 people, or 9.7% of the population.

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After an amendment process that went on for four years, the National Assembly of Vietnam finally approved the New Labor Code in November 2019, and it went into effect beginning January 1, 2021.
The New Labor Code of Vietnam has some significant changes that will impact different enterprises and organizations within the country.

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Canada is the tenth-largest economy in the world and the fourth richest in natural resources, specifically, energy-related natural resources. While that’s not necessarily a massive advantage in a world that might be moving away from fossil fuel in a couple of decades, there are a lot of other factors that attract individuals and businesses to Canada.

Opening a business in Canada is easy if you have already emigrated to the country and living there as a permanent resident. However, if you are based someplace else and want to start a business there, here are a few Tips on Starting a Company in Canada.

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Due to the high spread of coronavirus, the Danish government has put a number of restrictions on different parts of the Danish society. Since restrictions have been tightened, employers and employees must ensure that they follow all the new guidelines. Read more about Employer Guidelines in Denmark for COVID-19.

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The United Arab Emirates, or UAE, is a country made up of seven emirates. One way to think of them is they are akin to states or provinces in the other countries, albeit with more autonomy. If you are considering expanding your business into this progressive and business-oriented region, the two emirates you might be most interested in are Dubai and Abu Dhabi (the capital). Together these emirates contain about 70% of the country’s total population. Another fascinating thing to note before we get into the details of payroll compliance is that almost 88.5% of the population is made up of ex-pats. So, if you are establishing or expanding your business to the UAE, chances are that most of your employees will be ex-pats. Learn more about Understanding Payroll Compliance in the United Arab Emirates.

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