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Employment law in Asia can vary from being practically non existent to being very complex. This means managing a workforce that operates across Asia can be extremely challenging. The difficulty for those charged with the responsibility for implementing good human resources practice and ensuring workplace law compliance across Asia is knowing these types of differences and when they matter. Managing this complexity can also be extremely time and resource intensive. Freehills' Employee Relations – Asia provides a dedicated 'one-stop-shop' for workplace legal and strategy advice across the region and has built a network of trusted lawyers across Asia. The group covers all areas of workplace law and strategy across the region, including: employment aspects of corporate transactions - restructure, outsourcing and redundancy issues, offshoring to Asia; reviewing employment contracts and policy; drafting employment contracts and managing termination issues; expatriate employment issues; workplace risk management; industrial relations; and training.

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New Language Requirements Applicable to Workplace Communications by Employers in Indonesia

On 9 July 2009 a new law came into effect in Indonesia which will have a significant impact upon the way in which foreign companies with operations in Indonesia communicate in the workplace and document their employment arrangements. Continue Reading...