Brazil: New Labor & Employment Law Webinar Series

  • Share:
  •  
Name: Brazil: New Labor & Employment Law Webinar Series
Date: September 13, 2017
Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EDT
Brazil: New Labor & Employment Law Webinar Series
Event Description:
On July 13, 2017, Brazil passed a new law, Law 13.467, which will take effect on November 11, 2017, changing more than 100 provisions of the existing labor code (?CLT?). The changes are significant not just in volume, but also in relevance. The new law introduces new flexible work arrangements, such as telework and intermittent work, allows better management of overtime, sets new parameters for the labor courts, introduces arbitration and private settlement options, creates a new employee representation committee, and gives employers more security when negotiating collective agreements over several topics.

Join us for a series of five live webinars to discuss these new changes and how they can significantly improve human resource and cost management.


Registration is complimentary but you must register online to receive login details. Please follow the links provided below to register for the session of your choice.

August 2 - Employers, Workers and Work Arrangements 
August 9 - Employment Contracts, Compensation, and Working Hours
August 16 - Unions, CBAs and Employee Representatives
August 23 - Termination of Employment, Payments, Releases and Arbitration
Sept. 13 - Labor Courts and Litigation

 
Location:
Online
Contact Information:
Kellie Cromarty
Fees/Admission:
Registration is complimentary but you must register online to receive login details. Please follow the links provided below to register for the session of your choice. 

August 2 - Employers, Workers and Work Arrangements 
August 9 - Employment Contracts, Compensation, and Working Hours
August 16 - Unions, CBAs and Employee Representatives
August 23 - Termination of Employment, Payments, Releases and Arbitration
Sept. 13 - Labor Courts and Litigation
Set a Reminder:
Enter your email address below to receive a reminder message.