Doing Business In India – An Overview for HR Professionals
For almost a decade there has been a heightened demand for experienced technical and managerial staff in India, accompanied by a sharp increase in salaries every year. India’s growing economy, large consumer base, increasing middle class and expanding service sectors like Information Technology and Business Process Outsourcing have made India the country of preference for new investments for large and small companies.
Many foreign companies are attracted to the large pool of English speaking and qualified workers. Despite the huge number of individuals who graduate from colleges each year, the supply of skilled workers does not meet the demand of continuing growth.
Global Mobility 2017 – An Overview for Human Resource Professionals
Strategic Global Mobility is a key factor to ensure organizational effectiveness and performance management. To access the global market, businesses today, find the need to acquire, develop and retain different talents to compete in an ever-changing global environment. Despite the strategic importance of mobility, there is often a disparity between the operational focus and requirements of mobility and business strategies. Thus, it is important to equip HR with the right skills and ensure that they are well trained in complex mobility concepts, which will allow companies to bridge the gap.
Addressing the issues faced by HR in terms of mobility is our fourth edition of Global Mobility – An Overview for Human Resource Professionals. This LawQuest guidebook endeavors to provide a snapshot into the world of global mobility to busy HR professionals.
Global Mobility 2015 – An Overview for Human Resource Professionals
As the world is metamorphosing into a global village, travel for business is now more a norm than an exception. Indian companies have found a way into other markets, with even mid-size businesses establishing units across the world. Almost every such move requires the deputation of local staff overseas. At the minimum, business owners and employees need to travel for meetings, technical briefings, contractual negotiations and delegations. They need work permits, business visas and other authorizations to enable such travel. In some instances these regulations could affect intra-company transfers. A clear understanding of the requirements of different countries is crucial to avoid visa violations and related penalties.
This book provides an overview of the visa and work permit requirements for a selection of 26 countries that Indian businesses routinely engage with. Poorvi Chothani, the author of three chapters and the editor of the book is licensed to practice U.S., UK and Indian Immigration Law.
Global Mobility 2013 – An Overview for Human Resource Professionals
The need to move people across borders is rapidly increasing, however immigration regulations and tax implications are significant impediments. Countries are changing their policies to welcome smart, educated and rich people to their shores. Knowledge and management of the different requirements from country-to-country are key tools, which place great responsibility on the shoulders of human resource professionals as they deploy staff across borders. This book has been compiled to provide an over view of requirements in key jurisdictions and to help HR professionals keep abreast with changing regimes in some key locations.
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Global Mobility 2012 – An Overview for Human Resource Professionals
Indian companies are going global, with several of them establishing units or taking over existing businesses across the world.
Almost every such action requires the deputation of local staff overseas. At the minimum, employees need to travel for business meetings, technical briefings, or contractual negotiations among a number of other things. They either need work permits or at least business visas to facilitate such travel. In some instances it is possible to affect an intra-company transfer. A clear understanding of the requirements of different countries is crucial to avoid visa violations and appurtenant penalties.
This 300 page book provides a comprehensive and pertinent overview of the visa and work permit requirements for twenty-four countries that are important from an Indian business perspective. Poorvi Chothani, the Editor and author of three chapters, is licensed to practice US, UK and Indian immigration law.