Redundancy and reductions in force — a key employment law challenge
DLA Piper has introduced the first edition of Be Alert Asia Pacific, its Asia-Pacific employment law newsletter. This newsletter focuses on key employment law topics and issues affecting human resources professionals, management personnel and in-house counsel and helps you to plan for the future.
In this edition, DLA Piper looks at the issue of redundancy and reductions in force and the current legal position of several countries within the Asia-Pacific region. The law firm also highlights some of the key issues you need to be aware of when reducing the size of your workforce…
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