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Global People Strategist helps international professionals leverage real-time international data to research countries and their local labor laws, develop and maintain country profiles and employee handbooks, and ultimately, operate successfully in an international environment.

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GPS brings you a collection of custom built tools from a single platform for easy navigation across very complex international compliance issues.  Whether you are looking to open up a branch office in a new country, hire staff in that location or even terminate employment in those unfortunate circumstances, GPS is the tool you will wish you had.
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Abolishing Nigerian Child Labor

Based on recent developments in Nigeria, the International Labour Organization is working collaboratively with the government to establish a variety of plans to eliminate the child labor that currently exists within its borders. Some supply chains in Africa have been notorious for using child labor to cheaply increase productivity and output for their organizations.

Recent Amendments to Mexican Labor Laws and Their Impact

New Mexican President, Lopez Obrador, is not wasting any time when it comes to making changes in office.  Back in 2017, the Diario Oficial de la Federación (DOF) positioned for some changes to be made in the Mexican Federal Constitution. The changes were proposed as an attempt to transform the current labor justice system in...

Australia’s Impending Labor Crisis

Many countries are known for having a certain type of labor market that accounts for more of the overall employment share than others. In Australia, this market is that of casual workers.

South Korea Factory Proposal and Impact on Unionized Employees

For the past 5 months, South Korea’s factory markets have been struggling and have been trending into a downward spiral. In April 2019, these factories have been able to increase their productivity, and have displayed better results in comparison to the previous 6 months of operations. The increase in factory operations was signified by an...