With the emergence of India as a major hub for low-cost manufacturing and outsourcing, many multinational companies now have operations in India, requiring a uniquely-focused human resource strategy. Pitfalls can plague unsuspecting companies ill-equipped to find and keep talented employees who may possess the technical skills, but lack the cultural insight to "fit in" with a multinational organization.

This seminar, the second in a series of three, examines the challenges faced when creating a successful human resources structure in India, including issues critical to recruiting, managing and retaining Indian employees. Gain pratical advice on how to handle the complexities of India's labor legislation, negotiate effectively with well-seasoned employees, and source the appropriate manpower.

For over 25 years, attorneys in the India Practice of international law firm Kelley Drye & Warren LLP have represented U.S.-based clients in their Indian business relationships. At this seminar, discussion will include how your company can find and keep the right employees in India, remain cost-competitive, and use India's significant job market to grow and evolve your outsourcing business.

In accordance with the requirements of the New York State Continuing Legal Education Board, this non-transitional continuing legal education program is not approved for the newly admitted attorney within the first two years of admission to the Bar. Receive 2.0 New York CLE Credit Hours of Professional Practice

Breakfast will be served