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FedEE provides a great value-for-money service that allows you to deal with individual employment law problems, check out local advice and set up operations in a new country.

If your company operates in two or more countries, employs 200+ people and you are in a senior executive position you should sign up today for enterprise membership.

Once an enterprise member you will receive our fortnightly newswire and a number of other benefits. You may then upgrade to gain access to our full range of services.

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Need international employment law data?

Need international employment law data?

We've got all you need to help you find out legal requirements in global jurisdictions

  • Reduce litigation risks
  • Check out local advice
  • Audit company Policies
Worried about labour market trends?

Worried about labour market trends?

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

  • Budget payroll changes
  • Assess a country's labour supply
  • Calculate net pay figures
Keep in touch with European HR news

Keep in touch with global HR news

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

  • Daily news Updates
  • Fortnightly Newswires
  • Regular face-to-face briefings
One-to-one service

One-to-one service

You can choose to consult our data and guidelines online or contact us for individual support

  • No call centres
  • No telephone option menus
  • Direct access for practical advice

Comments about FedEE

  • "Don’t rely on your local people to tell you all the necessary facts - they often don’t know and inconsistent practices may therefore have evolved over the years in every organisation. The Federation of European (now International) Employers website is a great source of country-specific information."

    - Simon Macpherson, Management Today, March 28th 2013
  • "FedEE are a reliable service to have to provide international advice to our team on all things HR and payroll. They are not afraid to give their professional opinion and on occasion have gone above and beyond to help us with some of our more complex requests"

    - John Doyle, Irish, Swedish & UK Payroll, Teleflex
  • "Since joining FedEE earlier this year the service and information provided has saved me many hours of research time and the company many Euros on paying for advice from an Employment Lawyer based in Germany.  All my questions have been answered remarkably thoroughly and promptly and in a way that I can understand!  Worth every euro spent on membership."

    - Rachel Franke, Human Resources, Germany
  • "This is one of the best newsletters I receive. Thank you"

    - Theresa M. Hope-Reese, Senior Vice President Human Resources, Targus Group International, Inc.

This Be The Worse

Robin Chater

Secretary General, Fedee

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There is a pamphlet published by UNESCO on my bookshelf dating from 1953. It contains probably the best explanation I have ever come across about why people discriminate. “The Roots of Prejudice” by Professor Arnold Rose explains that the incitement to prejudice is essentially a rational reaction to a world where demand for opportunities outstrips supply. If you are a white male and you can persuade your employer to consider females and non-white job applicants as inherently inferior then your own chances of securing a desired job are immediately increased.… Continue reading