India has a long and vibrant history dating back to 2500 B.C, filled with a rich cultural heritage that spans the entire breadth of the Indian sub-continent and beyond. Recently, India has seen considerable socio-economic and political developments that have made it a major Asian attraction for commerce and corporate business. Some of these development include, but are not limited to, the privatization of major government institutions, major increases in economic growth, trade, recognition as a global nuclear power, and acceptance into the G20 as an emerging nation.
Developments in the political arena have also contributed to the increase in global trade with India. [...]
France and the United States are sometimes considered to be opposite ends of the regulations spectrum. The United States tends to adopt an outlook of deregulation and free market economics such as the concept of employment at will; while France concentrates on the protection of workers’ rights and on the implementation of a comprehensive labor and employment code.
To illustrate the differences, we look at the amount of ratified International Labor Organization (ILO) conventions. This is a metric that does not necessarily accurately define the level of provided protection or regulation of a country’s laws, but can shed some light on the relative amount and [...]
As you will see throughout this labor law analysis, in general, the differences between the UK, Mexico, and Canada with regards to employment and labor practices are stark, but some similarities do exists. Let’s attempt a full and comprehensive discussion of the issues assigned that will only be limited by our own personal knowledge. This is not legal advice and a legal expert should be consulted that is licensed to practice law in each of the nations in question.
First and foremost, a discussion on the issues of labor, unfair dismissal, anti-discrimination, redundancy and pay cannot be fully engaged upon without an initial discussion of the [...]