Expanding your company’s reach across borders and boundaries can do more than help build an internationally recognized employer brand. This exciting step in your organization’s journey can lead to significant benefits including increased diversity and access to new international talent pools — that is, if your teams are prepared with the expertise to scale legally and compliantly.
As you expand operations globally, you’ll face unique legal challenges related to international hiring. One such obstacle is navigating complex and country-specific legal systems, including immigration, tax and labor laws, and employment contracts. Therefore, an understanding of local laws and regulations is of critical importance.
As employers expand their operations globally, they face unique legal challenges related to international hiring. Sourcing around the world requires employers to navigate complex legal systems, including immigration, tax and labor laws, and employment contracts.
Join G-P’s Associate General Counsel Adrienne Drew to learn the best practices for managing these legal complexities, including real-world scenarios and examples in the Asia-Pacific, European, and Americas regions.
Attendees will learn:
- How to source globally from emergent talent pools
- How to navigate compensation, full employee lifecycles, leave, and salary for global employees.
- How to properly evaluate using an entity vs. employer of record
Don’t miss this chance to learn how to successfully navigate the complex legal landscape of global hiring and gain a competitive advantage in the international marketplace.