Going Global: Pain Points for Today’s HR Professionals

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Globalization is the new normal, and navigating in a global economy can be tricky. For the HR professional, globalization means having the right people in the right place at the right time. It also means doing the right things, including thinking ahead and thinking big, understanding perceptions and technology. Register for free webinar.
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Tracking During a Crisis

Tracking During a Crisis

Much of our thinking and discussion around Duty of Care centers around preparedness. But of course having a plan in place doesn’t prevent a situation from happening – an Ash Cloud probably wasn’t in the planning discussions for most leaders. A recent panel discussion looked at how some global organizations track employees during a crisis. Read full blog post »

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Putting It All Together – Duty of Care in Action

Putting It All Together – D.O.C. in Action

Getting everyone in your organization on the same page about Duty of Care is often a challenge. Large companies with global workforces often have a siloed approach to providing care for employees with no real centralized view of certain issues. A recent panel discussion hosted by International SOS explored how some global organizations mobilize resources. Read full blog post »

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Solving the Duty of Care Puzzle

Solving the Duty of Care Puzzle

You’ve got employees traveling all over the world. And you’re wondering if there’s more you could be doing to ensure they – and you – are prepared for the unexpected. Not to mention concerns about what kind of responsibility you have as an employer or university if something does go wrong. Now what? Read full blog post »

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