Compliance Issues

Human Resources

Everyone wants to hire the best of the best—but not at the cost of incurring undue business risk.

Everyone wants to hire the best of the best—but not at the cost of incurring undue business risk.

No one wants to be the cause of criminal or civil penalties—fines, losing export privileges, higher costs, shipment delays, even incarceration. Or be responsible for the market consequences—losing customers and new business opportunities, and irreparable damage to corporate and individual reputations.

Screening potential employees against government watch lists makes good business sense. It helps guard against the risk of running afoul of complex foreign trade regulations. And hiring people you can’t use in their intended roles.

Companies in the controlled goods space face other issues

Human resource processes take on heightened levels of compliance and business risk for companies dealing with goods, technologies or services listed on the United States Munitions List (USML) or Commerce Control List (CCL). more +