Drafting Employment Documents for Expatriates
By Juliet Carp
The globalization of the world's economies along with the increased mobility of employees and businesses are all features of modern commercial life. As a result, employment lawyers are increasingly being asked to advise on international employment matters and draft documentation. The issues surrounding drafting expatriate employment documents are complex and varied depending on the country of relocation. It can be time consuming and painstaking work to identify all the relevant rights and compliance requirements associated with employment, immigration, tax, and health and safety laws. Drafting Employment Documents for Expatriates provides detailed practical UK guidance on employing expatriates. Written from the employers' perspective, this major new work serves the needs of UK lawyers drafting contracts for migrant and immigrant workers, as well as overseas lawyers with the same issues.
Publication Date: 3/1/2009