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International Employment Laws, Standards, Recommendations & HRM

Indian Journal of Industrial Relations

Volume 53 Issue 3

Published: 2018
Author(s) Name: Indranil Bose, Soma Bose Biswas | Author(s) Affiliation: Dean, School of Business, Univ. of Bolton Ras, Al Khaimah academic centre, United Arab Emirates.
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Abstract

Compliance with regulatory needs and framing an appropriate legal system have emerged as one of the major challenges in recent times. Not only the different legal systems practiced in various parts of the world such as common law, civil code and religious law but also the employment standards and recommendations propagated by international organizations are being considered for developing countries by HR leaders. Supranational binding regulations and extra-territorial laws have become growingly significant over time to influence regulatory frameworks, policies and practices in international HR. In spite of many developments and multiple influences on international labor and employment regulations, challenges of adjustments due to commercial diplomacy have posed biggest threats to the interests of the working populations globally.

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