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  • Lydia Marref Contracts & Compliance Manager

  • Ensuring Compliance when placing workers overseas

  • My role - Contracts and Compliance Manager at Von Essen Comparative employment law and social dialogueIntroduction to Von Essen

  • About us

    Established in 2007Services consultancyOperates in 120 countries

  • The global staffing industry

    Global staffing market valued at 291 billion ($406 billion)Eight countries responsible for just over three-quarters of global staffing industry revenue Recruiting internationally in a global marketInternational placement v international expansion

  • Placing workers internationally

    Factors to considerImmigrations requirementEmployment statusTax aspectInsurancesLegislationsCultural aspectsPolitical stabilityDisputesContractual / Invoicing structure Other factors

  • Challenges and risks

    Corporate Governance A term derived as an all encompassing direction and control of a business

    Corporate Compliance A term used to express conformity to the mandated standards, tests and regulations as detailed in Corporate Governance

  • Corporate Governance

    Outsider shareholders model

    Insider stakeholders model

    A Cross national study of corporate governance and employment contracts (2008) Business Ethics: A European Review, 17 (3): 259-284

  • Outsiders shareholders model

    Focus on market regulation Indirect interest in the firm Little relationships between shareholders and management Market for corporate controlPrimacy of shareholder rights

  • Insiders stakeholders model

    Stakeholders controlDirect interest in the company Involvement on the Board of directors or other senior managerial positionsClose relationships between management and shareholders are close No market control and existence of rights for employees to influence key managerial decisions

  • Corporate compliance

    Understand the corporate governance modelAgree a corporate compliance planDefine acceptable level of risks

  • Supply chain risk management

    Internal driversExternal driversControlMitigationContingency

    Example of Ericssons supply risk management approach

  • Working compliantly

    Case study 1

    Case Study 2

  • Thank youLydia Marref Lydia.marref@vonessengroup.com

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