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The Top 10 Employment Law Issues in the Asia-Pacific

Led by WongPartnership LLP, the 18 Asia-Pacific members of the global Employment Law Alliance (ELA) have joined forces to prepare a special report on the significant employment law issues and trends being seen across the Asia-Pacific.

Firms across 18 different jurisdictions in the Asia-Pacific were asked to list their top 10 employment law issues, with similar trends being observed across many of the regions.

John Tuck and Anthony Forsyth have contributed the ‘Australia’ section, which identifies issues such as the regulation of trade unions, supply chain compliance, proposed new whistleblower protections and more.

Click the ‘Download PDF’ button on the right to read John and Anthony’s ‘Australia’ section, and the rest of the Top 10 Employment Law Issues in the Asia-Pacific report, in full. 

The following ELA members contributed to the Top 10 Employment Law Issues in the Asia-Pacific: 

1. Corrs Chambers Westgarth, Australia 

2. Sattar & Co., Bangladesh 

3. DFDL, Cambodia 

4. JunHe, China 

5. Deacons, Hong Kong 

6. Trilegal, India 

7. SSEK Legal Consultants, Indonesia 

8. Ushijima & Partners, Japan 

9. Kim & Chang, Korea 

10. Shearn Delamore & Co., Malaysia 

11. DFDLMyanmar 

12. Simpson Grierson, New Zealand 

13. SyCip Salazar Hernandez & Gatmaitan, Philippines 

14. WongPartnership LLP, Singapore 

15. John Wilson Partners, Sri Lanka 

16. Lee, Tsai & Partners, Taiwan 

17. Price Sanond, Thailand 

18. DFDLVietnam



John Tuck



Employment and Labour

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