Whether companies are presently global or may expand in the future, HR professionals need to be prepared, stay up-to-date, and remain agile as managing employees from different cultures, time zones, and regions can be challenging. Of course, HR leaders are constantly facing challenges, and when their workforces are global and distributed, the complexities are compounded. Navigating global HR challenges requires a thorough understanding of the laws, business practices, and cultures of each region. However, with the right strategies and tools, HR professionals and leadership can become more proactive (than reactive) and build a multinational team that is streamlined, compliant, engaged, and aligned while tackling workforce planning, payroll, and managing data and analytics. It’s also important to strike a balance between standardization and flexibility, and technology can help bridge that geographical gap by leveraging the right solutions appropriate to their organizations and the regions where they operate.
Join our C-level panel discussion to learn how their companies benefited from going global, how they navigated global challenges in order to mitigate risks and maintain compliance, and built a multinational workforce with shared goals and vision.