Category: Compliance

4 tips for sustaining GDPR compliance

The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) went into effect in May 2018, and 10 months later, it’s a good time to revisit these sweeping changes.

You may remember the buildup, and how most of the fanfare focused on the customer and vendor implications. But the legislation doesn’t just

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Top Drivers for International Expansion

Whether you’re the chief financial officer or a regional HR manager, you play a crucial role in finding and implementing solutions related to the company’s growth plans. When those plans include international expansion, it’s important to consider the various drivers and related challenges—and learn from organizations that have successfully gone

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Here’s What to Consider Before Turning to Independent Contractors

When faced with a need to employ people quickly, many organizations turn to independent contractors. They can be brought on with relative ease, regardless of whether the organization has previously done business in a particular geography. Because independent contractors are responsible for their own employment, your organization may avoid the

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Don’t Let a Missing Sock Thwart HR Compliance

One of the most common problems I encounter in my daily interaction with HR professionals is what I’ve come to call the “missing sock.”

In laundry, you have a list of required steps: sorting, washing, drying, folding. But no matter how diligent you are, when it comes to completing the …

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Don’t Let Your Benefits Get Lost In Translation

Congratulations! You’re expanding your U.S.-based team to include its first international hires. How do you make remote employees feel like they are a part of your larger team? Co-working tools such as Dropbox, Asana, and Slack make working from anywhere a cinch. But what really makes employees feel valued by …

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Staying In Compliance With International Employment Law

Hiring employees to work for your organization in parts of the world where you don’t have an in-country entity is risky behavior – if you’re not prepared. There are several reasons to hire globally – whether you’re exploring expansion into a new market, hiring talent that isn’t available where you …

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