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FedEE is the ultimate HR support organization for multinational employers.

  • Our members have access to a vast database of employment law and pay data for Europe and key countries around the world.
  • We operate a rapid response line for all your employment law enquiries.
  • Our online audio-visual country employment law briefings allow you to get quickly up to speed on key legal requirements in major jurisdictions across Europe and Latin America.
  • Our regular news updates ensure that you will never be out of touch with important development in numerous countries where you have employees.

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Need EU employment law data?

Need EU employment law data?

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Worried about labour market trends?

Our statistical databank gives you insights into changes in pay, benefits, tax and much more.

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FedEE has monitored HR-related events in each European country since 1989

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Proof of the pudding

Robin Chater

Secretary General, Fedee

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There is usually a “honeymoon period” after every new hire begins work. How long this lasts varies to a great extent according to the corporate culture. Even the most demanding environment can feel exciting at the outset, but then reality sets in and that is when an individual’s suitability becomes truly evident.

The problem is the hiring process seldom allows for such filters to be activated. A great deal of effort is usually expended on seeking the best talent and then reeling it in. Yet I have never found a … Continue reading

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