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Published 8 May 2014
For this edition, we adopt a different format from previous issues. Over recent months, we have worked with our global partner law firms on numerous multi-jurisdictional projects, and many of those firms have contributed articles to our recent newsletters.
Drawing on our experience in this field and the input from our partner firms, we bring together some of the key issues for employers to consider when contemplating changing terms and conditions of employees in the EMEA region. This is a hot topic for many international employers, particularly where post-transactional harmonisation is required. We hope our guide to some of the issues, and our top practical tips, will provide ample food for thought.
On the immigration side, Jacob Sand of our partner firm Gorrissen Federspiel provides a helpful and concise guide to business immigration requirements in Denmark.
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