IBA Annual Employment and Discrimination Law Conference 2015 The Dynamics of a Globalised Workforce



IBA Annual Employment and Discrimination Law Conference
The Dynamics of a Globalised Workforce: Challenges and Solutions in the Modern Labour Landscape


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9–10 April 2015                 Parco dei Principi, Rome, Italy

A conference presented by the IBA Employment and Industrial Relations Committee and the IBA Discrimination and Equality Law Committee, supported by the IBA European Regional Forum

Topics Include:

  • Reformation in Europe: workplace reforms born from the new economic reality – what are the trends and lessons learned?
  • Employee health and wellness programmes and policies – are they essential or just nice to have?
  • ‘Baby you can drive my car’; employment in the global automotive industry
  • A Regional Look at Religious Discrimination in the Workplace: is it getting better or worse and what can be done to stop it
  • New labour and employment laws in Southern and Eastern European countries: is there a trend to harmonisation within the European Union?
  • Collective redundancy: selection models in Europe in the nondiscrimination era
  • Restrictive covenants and unlawful competition in employment law
  • Global supplier codes of conduct and internal ethics codes: best practices
  • Bribes, patronage or legitimate social investment? The growing challenge of doing business globally, free of corruption, while meeting local demands for benefits
  • Reports of the Global Employment Institute: Important international trends and developments in human resources law in 40 countries from 2013-2014
  • Big brother is watching – trends in workplace data privacy, surveillance and social media
  • Judges Forum: Adjudicating employment and workplace discrimination cases in Europe

Who should attend?

Employment lawyers, human resources professionals, lawyers working for government organisations and in-house counsel.