A small country on the west coast of Africa, Equatorial Guinea is a former Spanish colony that is one of sub-Saharan Africa’s largest oil producers. Its capital is Malabo which is located on one of the five islands, including the mainland, making up its territory.

The discovery of oil in the mid-1990s caused a surge in government revenue but has, unfortunately, not translated into equitable wealth amongst its population. The majority of its people are Bantu and its largest ethnic group are the Fang. Spanish is an official language and indigenous languages include Fang and Bube.

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In Portugal, employers are not required to provide medical insurance. Instead, Portugal has universal health care coverage through the public health service, Serviço Nacional de Saúde (SNS). #Portugal #ComplianceUpdates #GlobalCompliance #GlobalPeopleStrategist

Jordanian law prohibits wage discrimination in employment. The law defines wage discrimination as wage inequality between employees based on gender. #Jordan #ComplianceUpdates #GlobalCompliance #GlobalPeopleStrategist

Employment Law Changes in Europe
The European Union is set to implement a number of new employment laws in 2022 that will have a significant impact on employers across the bloc.
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GPS covers the specifics of each country's system for taxing employee compensation and benefits.

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Labor Codes in France
If you are familiar with your rights, responsibilities, and French law as an employed worker in France, you can and are encouraged to report any mistreatment by an employer. Read More: https://t.co/wCCTzNlLFK #France #LaborCode #GlobalCompliance

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