|Duration: Half Day||Price: £295 + VAT, €345 / $395|
Employment Law Turkey deals with the legislative framework and latest Turkish employment law developments. It also addresses the practical aspects of managing a cross-cultural workforce and provides you with an accurate understanding of critical Turkish employment issues to consider when setting up and maintaining operations.
Professionals who have or expect to have responsibility for staff in Turkey are often faced with the challenge of finding timely, quality information on relevant employment law and practice. You must have an appreciation of key issues surrounding employment conditions, policies and procedures – and cultural differences. Forward-thinking businesses which are eager to gain a competitive edge by establishing operations in Turkey will benefit from this incisive course.
- Summary of Turkish employment legislation: core issues, developments and trends
- Clear explanation of the impact of local laws on employment practices, facilitated by practical application to workplace scenarios
- Practical aspects of employment contracts
- Learn how to manage operations in Turkey: attracting and keeping talent and discharging surplus labour
- Network and share experiences with other HR professionals with responsibility for Turkey
- Become equipped to advise colleagues on vital aspects of employment law issues in Turkey
If you would like to attend this course, please call +44 (0)20 7549 2549 or email email@example.com. We offer a discount when multiple bookings are made at the same time - please ask for details
Erenalp Rencber - mirze/rencber
Erenalp has been practising as legal counsel over 15 years of experience. Prior to joining the firm as partner, he has gained extensive experience at prominent law firms in Turkey and UK. Erenalp is expert lawyer in Corporate and Commercial law, Real Estate law, Intellectual Property law, Technology and IT law and Employment law.
Aside from his professional experience, Erenalp is lecturing law classes at several educational institutions, and he is pursuing his academic studies with his thesis on “Protection of Employees’ Personal Data” along with his various publications in prominent law reviews in Turkish, English, and French. As Erenalp deeply believes in importance of sharing the knowledge with young professional, he has been volunteered to be judge at Philip C. Jessup Moot Court Competition, Turkey National Rounds and he is still mentoring young law graduates for their professional career.