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World@Work 14 Nov 2016

How to navigate cross-border acquisitions from an HR perspective

The 21st century offers unparalleled opportunities for businesses to operate on a global basis. But when it comes to employment, the law remains stubbornly local. Nowhere is this more apparent than with cross-border transactions, where HR professionals and in-house counsel need to navigate conflicting rules on workforce consultation, transfer of employment and harmonisation of employment terms. In most cases, adopting a uniform approach across borders will not be possible.

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