Changes to HR Regulation in 2011: An Asian Perspective

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18 May 2012

Changes continue to be introduced to HR Regulation in many of the Asian jurisdictions in 2011. Amongst them were changes to the law surrounding holidays and increases to minimum wage. Other areas affected were regulations on social security and occupational health and safety.

This publication sets out a summary of the major regulatory changes that occurred in 14 Asian jurisdictions in 2011. In this Report, each of the participating law firms has outlined some of the updates on employment law in 2011.

This Report provides general advice only and should not be treated as a substitute for legal advice. While care has been taken by each participating law firm to ensure that details relating to their respective jurisdiction are correct, no responsibility can be taken by any of the participating law firms for losses arising from reliance upon the contents of this Report. Should you have any specific questions please contact the lawyer(s) in the relevant jurisdiction whose contact details appear at the end of this Report.


This article was published by Mayer Brown - a global law firm with offices throughout Asia and the world.

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The content of this publication is for reference purposes only. It is current at the date of publication. This content does not constitute legal advice and should not be relied upon as such. Legal advice about your specific circumstances should always be obtained before taking any action based on this publication.


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