There are many management-related challenges that arise during the holiday season, and multinationals need to plan for these in advance. This post explores coverage during the holiday season and how to develop related policies and procedures to lower your company's risks.
Earlier this month, UK Chancellor George Osborne announced his Summer Budget to Parliament. The Budget made news in the UK and beyond primarily for its plan to raise the UK’s National Living Wage at the same time that it cuts welfare benefits. While the new minimum wage requirement is noteworthy for multinationals operating in the UK, there are other aspects of the Budget that will more seriously affect those businesses, for better and worse.
Last week’s webinar Employment Law in France: Avoiding Common Pitfalls encouraged a lot of discussion. There were several interesting questions from attendees for HSP's advisory services expert Dafydd Williams; here are some of the highlights, and answers...
With the holiday season in full swing and 2012 just around the corner, you’ll be hard pressed to find a fully staffed office this time of year at businesses worldwide. And when you’re operating internationally, it’s especially important for you to be aware of the local holidays in the different countries where you are setup, so you can plan accordingly.