Webinar - The new labour law will boost Brazil’s job opportunities and reduce unemployment rates


Webinar - The new labour law will boost Brazil’s job opportunities and reduce unemployment rates

Start date:
18 Apr 2018
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End date:
18 Apr 2018
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11:00 - Rio de Janeiro
15:00 - London
10:00 - New York
16:00 - Paris

Ius Laboris, Ius Laboris Brazil Veirano and Lexology have partnered to bring you a webinar on the impact of the recent labour reform in Brazil – a global perspective.

This presentation provides the social and historical context to help you better understand the pivotal changes that will reshape employment relationships in Brazil.

Effective since November 2017, the new law in Brazil will purportedly boost job opportunities and reduce unemployment rates by creating some degree of flexibility. For those who manage a workforce in Brazil, the reform introduces new ways to manage, for example, working hours, holidays, managers, remote work and union relations.


José Carlos Wahle is a partner and the national coordinator for the Ius Laboris Brazil Veirano Advogados’ Labour practice. 

He routinely advises clients on myriad human resources issues and the challenges associated with the employment of staff. He provides clients with business-oriented solutions, identifying potential risks and advantages. He also handles litigation for clients and advises them on compensation and benefit policies, terminations, employee relocations and transfers, and special employment conditions. 

Clients welcome his commitment to involving them in the decision-making process, enabling them to put in place policies and practices that are consistent with their business goals. He has been recognized by his peers for his deep industry knowledge, subject matter expertise and unparalleled professionalism, and is consistently ranked in Chambers & Partners and Who’s Who Legal.

Mr. Wahle is also an active member of Ius Laboris, representing Veirano Advogados in this international alliance of leading Human Resource law practitioners.  

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