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Our international employment lawyers address the latest legal developments, hot topics and trends impacting employers today
This podcast channel features in-depth conversations with our employment specialists and market commentators on the latest developments in the field.
07 March 2023
Being a Regional MEA Employer: Tanzania
Our Being a Regional MEA Employer series addresses the employment framework, legislative changes and challenges impacting employers and employees across a variety of jurisdictions. Our second episode focuses on Tanzania, an economic hub in the East African region.
14 December 2022
Being a Regional MEA Employer: Kenya
Our Being a Regional MEA Employer series addresses the employment framework, legislative changes and challenges impacting employers and employees across a variety of jurisdictions. Our first episode focuses on Kenya, an economic hub in the East African region.
22 June 2021
MEA Employment | Ep 3: Agile working and return to the workplace - can your employees now work from
In the third episode of our MEA Employment Law podcast series, our employment partners are joined by Barbara Henzen, Head of Tax and Corporate Services at KPMG, to discuss agile working and returning to the workplace.
29 April 2021
MEA Employment Law Podcast - Ep 2: Business Reorganisations in the UAE, Saudi Arabia and Qatar
In the second episode of our MEA Employment Law podcast series, employment partners Rebecca Ford, Sara Khoja and Emma Higham discuss the very topical issue of employer restructuring and business reorganisations and how this is applied in the UAE, Saudi Arabia and Qatar, including the concept of “redundancy".
30 March 2021
MEA Employment Law Podcast - Ep 1: Restrictive covenants and protection of confidential information
As many businesses have been forced to make headcount reductions in the past year, the remaining employees are key – both in terms of business continuity and the knowledge of the business and customers that they hold. An organisation doesn't want to see valuable resource and knowledge walk out the door and as a result, employers now seem more willing and open to take steps to protect their legitimate interests when a key employee leaves.
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