International News -- Focus On Employment and Employee Benefits, Issue 3, 2011


In This Issue:

Focus On Employment and Employee Benefits: Recent Developments in Collective Salary Negotiation in China; Anti-Social Media? Managing Social Media Issues in the UK Workplace; Trimming Employee-Related Costs in Tough Times Without Resorting to Redundancies; State Aid Support for the European Labour Market; International Transfers: Implications for Employee Benefits; Whistle-Blowing in Germany: The Reliability of the Disclosure; Fixed-Term Contracts in Germany; Key Developments in French Employment Law 2011 ; and State-Specific Approaches to Restrictive Covenants.


State-Owned Enterprises Investing in Europe; The New 2012 ICC Arbitration Rules; Major Changes to Disclosure Requirements Under Hart-Scott-Rodino Act; and Testing Cross-Border Tax Schemes Under French Law.

Welcome to the third and last issue of International News for 2011. The focus for this issue is employment and employee benefits.

We start in China with a look at developments that suggest that collective salary negotiations may play a major role in the pending Draft Salary Regulation.

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