An Ounce of Prevention: Planning, Establishing and Managing an Emergent Foreign Workforce
Daniel Lowin, Senior Counsel, FICO, USA
United States businesses are expanding internationally at a rapid pace. Acknowledging that a centralized U.S.-based headquarters may not be equipped to effectively manage the needs of a multinational organization, many companies opt to establish local operations to conduct business abroad. However, foreign expansion inexorably presents significant challenges for one obvious reason: different countries have different laws, regulations, and customs.
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