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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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Qatar Maternity Leave Policy

As a female employee, it is essential to have sufficient time off from work as and when needed for maternity reasons. Here, we shall discuss in detail the terms and conditions of the maternity leave policy, as well as general gender policies in Qatar, according to their labor law.

The Labor Law of Thailand

The relationship between an employer and employees is covered under the Thai Labor Protection Act (LPA). The Thailand law comprises commercial and civil codes related to the rights and obligations of employees and employers.

New EU “Headscarf Ban” Ruling May Have Broad Implications for European Employers

On July 15, 2021, the European Court of Justice (ECJ), the supreme court of the European Union, ruled that employers may prohibit the wearing of visible expressions of religious beliefs, including headscarves, in the workplace.

Female Labor Rights in the Philippines

Having closed nearly 79% of its gender gap, the Philippines is one of the more gender-equal countries in the Asia-Pacific region. The gender gap is measured on the basis of workplace participation, economic leadership, education, work benefits, and workplace recognition.