The Asia Pacific Employment & Compensation team has prepared the third quarterly update for 2020 highlighting key changes in employment laws across Asia Pacific.

The fluctuating waves of COVID-19 mean that while in some jurisdictions employees are returning to the office, in others they continue to work remotely from home. The length of the pandemic has meant that many employers have been forced to examine business costs and alternative workplace solutions. In particular, we are seeing many companies consider remote working as more of a permanent business solution going forward. You may wish to visit our Building a New Workforce Reality and FutureWorks sites designed to guide global employers on how to future-proof your workforce and to stay competitive in innovating and revolutionizing your working practices.

Please also see our Asia Pacific Employment and Compensation Webinar site and the Resilience, Recovery & Renewal: A Podcast Series for our latest webinars and podcasts in the region.

We also encourage you to contact your local Baker McKenzie contacts if you have any further questions relating to the information we have provided. also encourage you to contact your local Baker McKenzie contacts if you have any further questions relating to the information we have provided.

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