A Moving-ON olha de perto a segunda parte de um artigo em três edições, publicado pelo site www.themover.co.uk, sobre controle de custos, alojamento, e compliance: os três temas mais importantes para a mobilidade. O artigo de hoje é dedicado ao compliance.
For those of us involved in the relocation of customers across international boundaries, issues of compliance have become ever-more complex in recent years.
Regulatory requirements in most countries continue to tighten and multinational corporations are increasingly concerned at the prospect of penalties from a failure to comply with the growing number of new rules that they face around the world. Corporations are making significant investments to ensure that they – and their supply chains – comply with the laws, regulations and ethical standards of wherever they are doing business.
How does an industry as fragmented as ours respond to the challenge of compliance? Having a Corporate Compliance program in place makes good business sense but requires time and expenditure which deters many companies. The potential cost of non-compliance, however, is such that breaches of some laws can result in penalties that could erase years of hard work and investment. How, therefore, do we prevent this from happening? Read more here.