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CMS Employment Practice Area Group is pleased to share with you the 2019 edition of the Guides to Dismissals
The CMS Guides to Dismissals are intended to help employers anticipate the possible courses of events when they decide to terminate an employment contract or dismiss a managing director. The better prepared and informed the company is, the easier the process is to handle for everyone involved. Dismissals are not just actions through which an employment relationship with a company ends, they can also be a part of a larger restructuring process, sometimes including several countries.
Our CMS Guides to Dismissals provide an easy to use overview of termination procedures for employees and managing directors across Europe, Asia and Latin America. The first part of the Guides deals with termination procedures for employees and the second part for managing directors. The Guides are intended to provide CMS’s international clients with a summary of local laws across 33 countries, making it easier to understand both the similarities and differences between jurisdictions.
If these Guides encourage you to seek more detailed information, please reach out to your regular CMS contact or send an e-mail to [email protected]. We have a proven track record in understanding our clients’ needs, and in delivering a professional and seamless service. We will be happy to provide further advice.
Please fill in the details below to receive a free copy of CMS Guide to Dismissals: