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Mergers & Acquisitions are meant to strengthen a company’s position on the market. But success is not always assured. Neglecting to address HR issues until too late is not unusual. So how can you make sure you get it right?
CMS’s corporate and employment teams have joined forces to help you with a new series of webinars – “M&A: HR Do’s and Don’ts”. This series covers 16 countries and will be led by CMS experts from the relevant jurisdictions.
Each session lasts 45 minutes and covers one jurisdiction. All webinars are held in English. Participation is free of charge.
16 November - Spain
23 November - Netherlands
30 November - Turkey
7 December - Hungary
14 December - Bulgaria
21 December - Russia
11 January - Czech Republic
18 January - Romania
25 January - Poland
1 February - France
8 February - United Kingdom
15 February - Germany
22 February - Ukraine
1 March - Belgium
8 March - Switzerland
15 March - China
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