CROSS BORDER BUSINESS ALERT: Labor & employment webinar for Canadian businesses/employers in the U.S.

October 19, 2020 | Immigration
Many of our clients require immigration support because of the expansion of their businesses into the U.S. It’s important to recognize that once you’re across the border, there is a vast field of legal issues for Canadian businesses with a U.S. presence or U.S.-located workers. And nothing has gotten easier in 2020, in light of the global COVID-19 pandemic.
 
Once work authorization for Canadians is sorted, it is critical that employers educate themselves about HR considerations and the differences between Canadian labor and employment laws, and those in the U.S. Even a basic understanding of obligations (and sometimes even more importantly, what aren’t obligations in the U.S.) can save employers thousands of dollars and protect them from inadvertently violating laws and regulations pertaining to their business or its employees.
 
On November 5, 2020 at noon, join my colleagues on the Lippes Mathias Labor and Employment cross-border legal team for a complimentary webinar about critical U.S. employment law considerations for employers operating in the U.S., with and an update on new laws and regulations deriving from the COVID pandemic.  Registration is free, and can be accomplished by clicking here.

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