International HR Best Practices Tips: Spring 2011

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In This Issue:

- Tip #1: Auditing Human Resources Compliance Globally

- Tip #2: Globally Aligning Collective Bargaining Strategy

Excerpt from Tip #1

Challenge: Multinationals' efforts to conduct global compliance audits and risk assessments of their human resources operations get complicated because each country's employment laws are unique.

Tip: Think through, in advance, the challenges to a cross-border HR compliance audit or risk assessment. Proceed strategically. Craft aligned, locally tailored checklists from a master template.

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