International HR: 5 benefits of a global HR strategy
Wherever you’re at on your global HR journey, this eBook will explain the five outcomes you can expect from a global HR strategy.
Why You Should Care
Globalization presents the challenge of not just managing a multinational workforce but keeping pace as the business expands.
Despite the pandemic, 45% of businesses are either currently expanding globally or only slightly delaying their expansion.
This eBook from Sage People will enable you to be confident and equipped to create, improve and expand a global HR strategy.
How can technology help you overcome the challenges of managing a multinational workforce?
Multiple work locations with multiple systems—possibly in multiple languages—invariably means different ways of doing things. This makes it difficult to maintain compliance, creates more room for error, generates separate silos of working, and makes it virtually impossible to get a full and accurate picture of your global workforce.
There’s not an HR professional in the world that hasn’t felt a degree of panic when the CEO has asked for an up-to-date, company-wide statistic by end of play, that they’re not sure if they have globally. For growing multinational, mid-sized companies, you might be able to quickly cobble together some stats for the country you’re headquartered in—but getting the figures for every region the business operates in can be a minefield. Does each location even track and record this information? If they do, is it current?
A global HR strategy can do all of that. And more.
Wherever you’re at on your global HR journey, this eBook from Sage People will explain the five outcomes you can expect from a global HR strategy.
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