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Duty of Care – Keeping Employees Safe in High-Risk Locations

Duty of Care – Keeping their global business travelers and assignees safe has become much harder for companies than it once was. Not only are employees going to be traveling more to high-risk locations in the future, but more locations (including ones in the U.S.) are considered high risk.

 

Not yet GDPR compliant? Here’s how to minimize your organization’s risk

On May 25, after a two year transition period, a strict new regulation designed to protect personal data used for business...

Enforcing Restrictive Covenants in Foreign Locations

Anytime a company sends an employee on assignment, there are multiple issues to consider when dealing with the host country’s employment...

Business Traveler Visa Compliance: Managing Global Road Warriors

Immigration is high on the list of headaches for HR and mobility teams these days as visa compliance challenges seem to...

Global Overview of Non-Compete Clauses

To protect their business interests and prevent employees from working for competitors, some companies place restrictive covenants – non-compete clauses —...

Selling the Undesirable Location: Sweetening the Pot for Not-So-Sweet Spots

When asked to take an assignment, some employees jump at the chance, but others do not, especially when it’s a hardship...

Focus on Family Increases Assignment Effectiveness

Multinational companies expanding into new countries are increasingly focusing on the factors that can impact international assignment success. Although there are...

Creating and Managing Successful Remote Teams

Many employees today can and do work from anywhere, whether it’s a home office or table at Starbucks. Virtual workers and...

Talent Acquisition: New Strategies for Success

The war for talent, a term coined nearly two decades ago to describe the challenges of recruiting and retaining key employees,...