Due to COVID-19, companies had to devise creative ways to survive as nationwide lockdowns were implemented and employees had to work remotely. While things seem to be improving and offices are opening, uncertainty lingers on as business owners and conglomerates fear another wave. Business owners now realize that business operations are always at risk of getting hit by external factors.
Germany has one of the most advanced economies in the world. In order to maintain that status, the German government is constantly in search of highly skilled talent – both locally and abroad. In order to recruit and retain top talent, Germany offers a number of employment benefits, some of which will be discussed in this blog.
France has one of the strongest economies globally, primarily due to its thriving tourism industry, but that’s not the only sector that makes this country one of the leading economies worldwide. There are many other industries that contribute to France’s GDP and the overall economic growth. Aerospace, automotive, pharmaceuticals, beauty products, skincare items, luxury goods, telecoms, and hospitality all play a significant role in keeping the French economy running successfully.
Canada has one of the most advanced immigration systems globally. It’s Express Entry (EE) route to becoming a resident is immensely popular and sought out by people across the globe. However, getting admitted through the Express Entry system is not easy.
In Australia, any resident having a baby (or adopting one under the age of 16) may be entitled to Parental Leave Pay, which is an initiative of the Australian government. In addition to that, their employer may also grant an expectant parent paid parental leave.
Would you bike to work if given the opportunity? What if your employer provided you with a free bike or a free commuter ticket? Environmental sustainability is highly emphasized in Finland, and employers are offering their employees rewards for choosing to bike or commute to work! https://youtu.be/CWGwztG9xs0http://
Effective since 2nd November 2020, the Indonesian president, Joko Widodo, passed the “Omnibus Law” in an attempt to enforce new job creation laws. The amendments were aimed to create more investment and job opportunities by simplifying the process of issuing licenses. The Job Creation Law allows the ease of doing business in Indonesia through streamlined regulations and procedures.
According to the Organic Law of Georgia, all Georgian citizens are equal before the law “regardless of race, color of skin, language, sex, religion, political or other opinions, national, ethnic and social affiliation, origin, property or social status, place of residence or any other characteristics.” The labor code of The Republic of Georgia is a comprehensive, legally binding document that clearly states the scope of the law, what constitutes labor relations, and the framework under which terms and agreements of employment are stated.
Under Romanian law, employers must fulfill certain obligations before contracting with a Romanian or foreign individual. There are mainly two types of employment agreements in Romania regardless of whether the hired individual is a resident or non-resident.
It probably does not comes as a surprise when we say that Afghanistan is one of the most underdeveloped states in the world. With issues ranging from human rights violation to ethnic violence and the hold of extremist groups over the state’s resources – Afghanistan has struggled to establish a strong state.