We provide a range of tools and resources that highlight topical workplace issues across multiple jurisdictions. Below is a selection of global and regional resources providing convenient access to thought leadership and color-coded guides covering employment, benefits, immigration and mobility issues.
Blogs & Podcasts
Mayer Brown’s Employment & Benefits blogs and podcasts bring you up-to-date information and developments on employment, pensions, benefits, executive compensation and immigration law that are most likely have an impact on employers.
Mayer Brown lawyers regularly publish timely and incisive articles, updates and guides on a wide range of topics. Included here are just a few of our Employment & Benefits lawyers’ thought leadership publications. We invite you to explore our vast library of guides and alerts and to sign up to receive notice of new publications on topics that interest you.
This guide, covering 55 key countries, is designed to help employers with operations in more than one country navigate the specific, and increasing, challenges of handling employee data in different jurisdictions. Learn more.
Retirement plans and schemes tend to be heavily regulated and can pose numerous risks. This guide, which provides a brief overview of the laws relating to the regulation of these arrangements in 50 key countries, is a valuable starting point for multinational employers developing governance and risk management structures for their retirement programs. Learn more.
Employers with a global presence often seek to harmonize recruitment policies across different jurisdictions but addressing the many regulations around background checks can be challenging. This guide provides an overview of both the legal and practical issues relating to background checks in 50 key countries. Learn more.
We have developed a suite of Traffic Light publications to provide at-a-glance overviews on employment rights and obligations across multiple jurisdictions. Topics include background checks, diversity and discrimination, termination, and immigration and business visitors. Learn more.
The area of discrimination law is constantly moving forward in new and novel ways. This guide considers the application of the various anti-discrimination ordinances in the employment relationship. Learn more.