The globalisation process that many companies have been undergoing in recent years, especially after the deep economic crisis that had its beginnings in 2009, has generated a major change in the human resources policy developed by many companies.
This situation has highlighted the need for advice from qualified professionals with a strong international profile, since geographic mobility of business and people (expatriates) has created an increasingly complex business environment.
At VVR, our clients will find a team of professionals that will help them, step by step, to implement a human resources policy that takes due consideration of expatriate members of staff and of the plurality of jurisdictions and applicable labor laws, whose knowledge can make the difference between the success or failure of their international projection.
Labor law, tax implication and social security requirements of expatriate members of staff have to be considered very carefully, to help the company reduce costs derived from these complex processes.
Finally, it must born in mind that, from a Compliance standpoint, it is very important to know the regulatory framework within which the company will develop its business, since only then it will be able to minimise its exposure to compliance risks in third countries, which could otherwise arise due to the inadequate elaboration of its international assignment policy.