Cornell University

Labor and Employment Law Program

16 E. 34th Street, 4th Floor, 212-340-2866

Employment Law Horizons Facing Global Employers in 2010

December 3, 2009 - NYC

Challenging Issues, Challenging Times

Co-Sponsored by the Cornell ILR School & Ius Laboris, the Global Alliance of Leading Employment Law Practices

Date: Thursday, December 3, 2009
Time: 8:00am – 5:00 pm
Location: The Cornell Club, New York City

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As organizations doing business globally know or quickly discover, long-term or even short-term assignments away from an individual's home country regularly raise a large number of questions and challenges – legal, cultural and matters of business strategy and employee relations. This unique conference – bringing together leading labor, employment and Human Resources attorneys for employers from more than 10 countries in one conference day – will provide a valuable opportunity to learn about the global implications of corporate policy, including issues relating to:

  • The evolving landscape of workplace privacy rules 
  • Corporate codes of conduct: how well do they travel from the U.S.? 
  • Challenges in cross-border employment contracts 
  • Lessons from the downturn -- strategies for restructuring, and other workplace changes 
  • Global labor strategies -- preparing for new pressures and new realities

Join lawyers from Ius Laboris – the Alliance of Leading Employment Law Practices – as they discuss the evolving world of employment law for businesses operating around the globe.

For information on registering or our CLE scholarship policy, contact Opal Bablington at 212-340-2842, fax 212-340-7979, or e-mail odb2@cornell.edu.

Offered in conjunction with Cornell Law School