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Keys to CW Success: CWS 30 Developments in the European Legal Environment for Contingent Work - CWS 30 September 2.18

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Learn about the hottest legal issues in Western Europe and find out how they impact contingent workforce management. The legal environment for contingent work is changing rapidly. From court rulings to new legislation to changes in regulations, the flow of new information to keep up with can be daunting. Just ignoring those changes can be costly to you and your contingent workforce program if you aren't prepared.

This information-packed webinar will help you sift through the merely interesting developments to find those that are truly important. Attendees will get a concise update on the most critical changes that will affect contingent work in Western Europe. All of it brought to you by our Western European employment law experts.

Webinar Details for "Developments in the European Legal Environment for Contingent Work"


Date and time: Thursday, September 30, 2010 10:00 am, Pacific Daylight Time
Duration: 1 hour 15 minutes
Sponsored by: Adecco
Cost: Complimentary
Moderator: Adam Pode, Director, Research and Analysis, Europe, Staffing Industry Analysts
Speakers: Sophie Maes, Attorney -- Partner, CLAEYS & ENGELS; Thomas Lestavel, Avocats, Capstan; Philip A. Nabben, Partner, Bronsgeest Deur Advocaten

Adam Pode joined Staffing Industry Analysts in June 2009 with overall responsibility for research in Europe. Since then he has produced nearly 50 studies from snapshots of various countries' staffing sectors to in-depth reviews of the law concerning independent contractors and economic models and forecasts.

Pode has spent his entire career in the research field. Working in the British House of Commons, running his own research firm, teaching research methods at a college in Pennsylvania, heading the business intelligence unit of a large listed UK firm and as an auspicate partner in a private equity practice.

Pode was a member of the English National Guard for 18 years. He has a BA from the School of Oriental and African Studies, and various postgraduate qualifications.


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