As we shift to a post-pandemic economy, many employers have announced plans to extend their work-from-home policies indefinitely. But there are several important decisions that need to be made before making the transition. This post describes some of the most important things multinationals need to consider before shifting to a long-term remote-work model.
Poland has experienced a remarkable economic boom in recent years and in September was promoted to Developed market status by FTSE Russell. Vistra’s Kenny Morgan explains why Poland is such a hot expansion target for multinationals and explores some of the opportunities and challenges it presents.
HR professionals are increasingly expected to understand and comply with antitrust laws, and in particular no-poach agreements, when employing workers at home and abroad.
Hong Kong companies must now collect and retain information about their beneficial owners. The new law is part of a global effort to enhance corporate transparency.
There are few global industries hotter than co-working, or the practice of renting shared office space to freelancers, startups and other companies. The rise of co-working recently prompted Beijing authorities to add new business-registration requirements, which may be a sign of global regulatory changes to come.
Spurred by the OECD’s BEPS initiative, over 100 countries around the world are implementing new transfer pricing requirements. Some organizations assume these requirements only apply to multinationals with group revenue of 750 million euros or more. The reality is that many new countries have much lower thresholds. We explain what multinationals need to know now to comply.
The EU's General Data Protection Regulation will take effect May 25, 2018. It provides significant privacy protections and has massive implications for multinationals that process the data of European citizens.