Many professionals from around the world are attracted to Morocco because of its stable and ever-growing economy. Moreover, it is close to Europe and has low inflation rates which makes it attractive to employers. Morocco’s employment laws have been formed on the recommendations of the International Labor Organization, which is why many consider them liberal and easy to follow. Learn more about worker’s rights in Morocco.

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In Japan, employee benefits are of extreme importance because of fierce competition in the search for top talent. Japanese employees are picky when selecting employers and are always on the lookout for a place with the most generous benefits packages. Learn about some of those employee benefits in Japan, along with information about their leave laws.

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Most of the reforms that caused New Zealand to be a welfare state were introduced in the 1930s and then in the 1970s under the rule of the Labor Party. The Labor Party managed to gain the ultimate support of the labor unions in New Zealand. Over time, New Zealand’s economy shifted towards being more service-oriented. Around this time, traditional unions, which were supported by semi-skilled and unskilled workers, started to lose their power. Learn more about the working conditions in New Zealand.

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In 2019, the Ethiopian government approved a new Labor Proclamation to replace the old law that had been in place in Ethiopia for the past 16 years. However, over the years, there have been many changes in investments, labor markets, and the business environment in Ethiopia which warranted a renewed look at existing regulations and led to Labor Law Changes in Ethiopia.

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Technology, data security, and compliance will reshape 2021 Global Payroll Trends. Multinational companies faced unprecedented obstacles in 2020 and have had to make accommodations for employees around the world to keep up. New sick leave, furlough policies, and working environments have changed drastically over the last year and will continue into 2021. How can you stay ahead of global payroll changes and maintain compliance?

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Largely owing to its thriving tourism industry, the Bahamas has an inviting economy that makes this island country a great place in which to work and invest. The labor force participation rate for both men and women is quite high, and the government has designed comprehensive legislation to maintain favorable work conditions at all times. Here, we have outlined basic employment and leave laws in the Bahamas that foreign employers need to know.

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Although the freedom of movement for EU citizens into the UK technically ended on 31st October 2019, there is currently in place a temporary transition period until a new immigration system is developed in January of 2021. So, what does this mean for employers, landlords, and EU citizens who might be subject to immigration status checks and EU Citizens Right to Work in UK?

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As COVID-19 continues to wreak havoc in the world, one of the biggest challenges that businesses have faced has been how to manage their employees. Like other countries around the globe, Tanzania Labor Laws During COVID were not friendly and had to be adjusted in response to the global pandemic. In April 2020, the Association of Tanzanian Employers (ATE) came out with some measures that could be taken by employers in view of the virus.

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Bangladesh has a population of 168.1 million, which includes a large and inexpensive labor force of about 90 million. Of these, about 60 million work agricultural jobs (that is growing by 1% each year), and about 30 million work non-agricultural jobs (which are growing by six percent a year). When it comes to Employee Rights in Bangladesh, all workers need to follow federal labor laws dictating conditions of employment, working hours, salary, leave policies, and health laws.

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