Changes in the Labor Code of Romania

Under Romanian law, employers must fulfill certain obligations before contracting with a Romanian or foreign individual. There are mainly two types of employment agreements in Romania regardless of whether the hired individual is a resident or non-resident.

The Republic of Georgia Leave Policy

According to the Organic Law of Georgia, all Georgian citizens are equal before the law “regardless of race, color of skin, language, sex, religion, political or other opinions, national, ethnic and social affiliation, origin, property or social status, place of residence or any other characteristics.” The labor code of The Republic of Georgia is a […]

Indonesia Labor Code Amendments

Effective since 2nd November 2020, the Indonesian president, Joko Widodo, passed the “Omnibus Law” in an attempt to enforce new job creation laws. The amendments were aimed to create more investment and job opportunities by simplifying the process of issuing licenses. The Job Creation Law allows the ease of doing business in Indonesia through streamlined […]

Employment Law Updates: Colombia

View of the Guatape dam with the Colombian flag waving, Guatape, Antioquia, Colombia.

Colombia has been experiencing significant developments in its employment laws, reflecting a dynamic regulatory environment that directly impacts both businesses and workers. Staying abreast of these changes is essential for employers and employees alike, as a sound understanding of the evolving legal landscape is critical for compliance and fair treatment in the workplace. This article […]

Impact of Labor Law Amendments in Canada

Canada is one of the most significant countries regarding employment standards, labor policies, and quality of living. The country has been the top preference for many immigrants due to the mentioned reasons. The recent changes in the country’s labor laws have sparked positivity in federal employees. The government approved ten paid medical leaves and up […]

Permanent Establishment: Insights

People shaking hands over business deal.

The taxation of a business operating in multiple countries is almost always complex. A presence in another country may not always subject you to the country’s taxes. In contrast, sometimes you may be subject to a country’s tax law even if you don’t consider your presence there substantial enough to be taxable. That is where […]

5 Tips to Boost Your Canadian Immigration Points

Canada has one of the most advanced immigration systems globally. It’s Express Entry (EE) route to becoming a resident is immensely popular and sought out by people across the globe. However, getting admitted through the Express Entry system is not easy.

What in the World? Finland

Would you bike to work if given the opportunity? What if your employer provided you with a free bike or a free commuter ticket? Environmental sustainability is highly emphasized in Finland, and employers are offering their employees rewards for choosing to bike or commute to work!

Labor Laws of Afghanistan

It probably does not comes as a surprise when we say that Afghanistan is one of the most underdeveloped states in the world. With issues ranging from human rights violation to ethnic violence and the hold of extremist groups over the state’s resources – Afghanistan has struggled to establish a strong state.