nternational Employment Law describes the employment laws in 35 countries, with information on the laws affecting compensation, hours of work, health care coverage, other benefits, training, treatment of part-time, temporary, and seasonal workers, laws against discrimination, collective bargaining, workersa participation in management, worker compensation insurance, dispute resolution, and termination. Produced by the Center for International Studies (CILS) under the leadership of Professor Dennis Campbell, International Employment Law covers one of the most important legal areas affecting international business transactions today.He may receive sixty per cent to 120 per cent of such amount in the first part of the period, and sixty per cent in the second part. Job-seekersa#39; allowance may be paid for ninety to 180 days, and amounts to forty per cent of effective mandatory minimum wages. ... Payment of such benefits, except the entitlement to old age pension benefit, should commence when awarded upon request of the beneficiaryanbsp;...
|Title||:||International Employment Law|
|Author||:||Center for International Legal Studies (CILS)|
|Publisher||:||Juris Publishing, Inc. - 2013-10-01|