Going abroad for an assignment can be among the most exciting transitions an aspiring leader can undertake. But expats and their companies often focus on the excitement of preparing for their international business relocation, and can easily overlook the more burdensome aspects of going abroad – such as taxes. Unfortunately, this common oversight can lead to expensive consequences.
One would be hard-pressed to find a process more complex, and more vulnerable to geopolitical strife, than immigration. From work visas, to constantly changing laws, to the many types of documentation involved – the minutiae can easily overwhelm even the most focused among us.
Learn about parental leave around the world – who is eligible for parental leave, what kind of leave is mandated, and what companies need to know to be in compliance with laws in common business expansion destinations.
We continue our Critical Global Expansion Checklist with a discussion on preparing for commercial compliance – including IP protection and trademarking, data privacy, and information law to help you do business securely and compliantly from country to country.
Prepare yourself for expansion with our “Critical Global Expansion Checklist”. This webinar is the first of two installments in which we talk about the key elements to consider and prepare for when venturing into international markets.
According to various studies, the failure rate for mergers and acquisitions to drive additional corporate value can be upwards of 80%. This rings especially true of international merger and acquisitions and often cross-cultural challenges are the culprit. However, the success rate increases when companies pay attention to the human factors, leveraging global HR specialists in this process. In this podcast, Co-Founder and CEO Ragu Bhargava partners with Globig to provide tips on how HR can help make international mergers and acquisitions more successful.
Mary Lemons, Global Upside’s VP of Human Resources Solutions, teamed up with Globig for this podcast on “Hiring Foreign Employees”. This podcast discusses issues that often trip up companies, especially US companies, when hiring international talent. Mary provides helpful advice about some of the key pitfalls to be prepared for when hiring international employees.
Generation Z is the first truly global and digital workforce entering global job markets. In this podcast, Mary Lemons, VP of Human Resource Solutions at Global Upside, continues the discussion on the Generation Z workforce and provides additional insight into the behaviors and characteristics of this population.
In this Globig podcast, we’ll explore the do’s and don’ts of European expansion with Globig founder and CEO Anke Corbin. Topics include EU expansion, market evaluation, tax laws, company law compliance, and employment law.