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We are now on the sixth edition of The Employment Law Review, which is primarily to be used as a tool to aid practitioners and human resources professionals in identifying issues that may present challenges to their clients and companies. The various editions of this book have highlighted changes in the laws of many jurisdictions over the past few years, making even clearer the need for a consolidated and up-to-date reference guide of this sort.
Global diversity and inclusion initiatives remained a hot topic in 2014. Many companies have unrolled initiatives regarding ‘unconscious’ bias, which is addressed in the first general interest chapter on global diversity. Looking abroad, recent legal developments regarding gender and transgender recognition will affect multinational corporations both in terms of law and policy, as underscored by recent legal developments out of India.
Our second general interest chapter tracks another active year of mergers and acquisitions after a brief decline following the financial crisis. This chapter, which addresses employment issues in cross-border corporate transactions, along with the relevant country-specific chapters, will aid practitioners and human resources professionals in conducting due diligence and providing other employment-related support in connection with cross-border M&A deals.
The third general interest chapter covers the increasing trend of clients considering or revising company’s social media and mobile device management policies. In particular, there is an increase in the number of organisations that are moving toward ‘bring your own device’ programmes and this chapter addresses issues for consideration by multinational employers in rolling out policies of this sort.