2016 HR Guide to Doing Business in Cuba
Mercer’s HR Guide to Doing Business in Cuba helps businesses make informed decisions when setting up operations in Cuba. Using Mercer’s extensive market practice information and data, this guide offers unparalleled quality and in-depth information on compensation, benefits, as well as the general commercial and labour landscape and is a must-have report for organizations establishing a business in Cuba.
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On December 17, 2014, President Obama ordered the restoration of full diplomatic relations with Cuba and the opening of an embassy in Havana for the first time in more than a half-century. The historic deal has caused many expectations in the Cuban population and US society, including the business community. HR Guide to Doing Business in Cuba is an HR research report that will enable you to understand the 8 critical aspects of creating an effective business in Cuba
Mercer HR Guide to Doing Business in Cuba Report is organized into eight main sections:
- Country Overview presents the history and main demographic facts about Cuba.
- Cuba’s Business Landscape discusses the business climate, economic projections, foreign investment, and tax structure.
- Labor Relations presents information on labour law, employment contracts, working conditions, organizations, collective agreements, and dispute resolution.
- Compensation provides trends in local pay levels.
- Benefits provides an outline of social security benefits and trends in local benefit levels.
- Working Time and Leave presents regulations on work hours, rest periods, time off, and various forms of leave.
- Expatriate Considerations address conditions of entry, employment of foreigners, and living conditions for expatriates.
- About this Report presents the sources used.
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