Looking to Invest in the U.S.? Here’s What You Should Know (from an Employment Law Perspective)

March 2018       Presenters: J. Walker Coleman IV, Karen E. Spain

Foreign companies looking to invest in the United States must weigh many factors when selecting where to open business operations, including proximity to customers and shipping routes, economic incentive packages, corporate and tax laws, and real estate costs. Just as these matters vary from state to state, employment laws and regulations can vary drastically throughout the U.S., impacting a company’s bottom line. It is thus important for foreign investors to be mindful of U.S., state, and local employment laws before deciding where to put down roots in the U.S.

This Global Employer Solutions webinar will take a look at the top ten employment issues companies should consider when they are planning to invest in the U.S.

Topics include:

  • Visas commonly used by employees of foreign companies operating in the U.S.
  • Restrictions on hiring, discipline, and terminations
  • Wage and hour issues
  • Benefits and leave requirements
  • Unionization

Looking to Invest in the U.S.? Here’s What You Should Know (from an Employment Law Perspective)

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