Global People Strategist

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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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Quebec: Changes to Labor Standards for Employees

Intended to take effect in January 2019, Québec’s National Assembly recently enacted Bill 176, entitled An Act to amend the Act respecting labor standards and other legislative provisions

Mexico: Employment Reforms Proposed

Although it has only just begun, President Andrés Manuel López’s regime is already being referred to as a new era for politics in Mexico. Together with his current administration, López has come up with the 2018-2024 Nation Project designed to address issues related to economic, educational, and social matters.

Hong Kong: Is Compliance Enough to Protect Your Data

The recent leaking of a massive number of customers’ personal data by international airlines, along with other alarming leaks on social media platforms, have once again put the issue of data protection into the spotlight.

Cambodia: Labor Law Amendment on ‘Seniority Payment’

On July 11, 2018, Cambodia passed an amendment to the Labor Law that eliminates “indemnity for dismissal”—a local legal concept equivalent to a severance payment—for undetermined duration contracts (i.e., employment contracts without a fixed expiration date, or UDCs), and replaces it with an ongoing requirement for employers to pay employees a new “seniority payment.” These...