Free Employment Law Alliance Webinar on Employee Remuneration in Africa and the Middle East
The Employment Law Alliance is offering a free 90-minute webinar on Thursday, July 28, 2016, focusing on Employee Remuneration in Africa and the Middle East: Challenges and Opportunities for Employers. Webinar Description Employers and employees alike are facing myriad challenges at their work places with regard to remuneration and benefits. For employers with operations across the globe, the challenges are even greater as they work to comply with local laws regardless of where their employees are located. This webinar features experienced lawyers from Africa and the Middle East, who will examine the differences among jurisdictional laws and offer practical insight, guidance, and best practices into how employers can address the following key issues:
- To what extent are employers bound to honor fixed bonuses and other emoluments, especially when they are not satisfied with an employee's performance?
- Should a director accept such bonuses when the company is in financial strain?
- What is the effect of receivership on employees?
- In the International Arena, to what extent can an employer claim diplomatic immunity in a labor law situation?
- Is it discrimination to offer expats different benefits from those accorded to local employees?
Who Should Attend? The webinar is an invitation-only event exclusively for clients of ELA member law firms.√Ç The information presented will be of particular interest to:
- In-house Counsel
- Human Resources Professionals
- Corporate Executives and Business Owners
- Sonal Sejpal, Moderator, Anjarwalla & Khanna, Nairobi, Kenya
- Mary Ekemezie, Udo Udoma & Belo-Osagie, Lagos, Nigeria
- Sara Khoja, Clyde & Co., Dubai, UAE
- Rachel Mwanje Musoke, MMAKS Advocates, Kampala, Uganda
- Rosa Nduati-Mutero, Anjarwalla & Khanna, Nairobi, Kenya
- Mohamed Oulkhouir, CWA Morocco, Casablanca, Morocco
Register To register, please click here. About the Employment Law Alliance The Employment Law Alliance is the most comprehensive network of labor and employment attorneys in the world. ELA members provide employment, labor and immigration expertise in more than 135 countries around the globe and all 50 U.S. states.√Ç They work closely together to ensure that their clients' legal matters are handled seamlessly wherever they do business.√Ç The ELA provides a smarter, more efficient and effective alternative to using a single multi-national law firm. SSEK Legal Consultants is the ELA's member firm for Indonesia. For more information, click here.