Making Your U.S Policies or Code of Conduct Global? Avoid These Seven Mistakes!

It seems so simple – just roll-out your U.S. Code of Conduct or policies to the rest of the world.  They’re already written, right?  And you’ve had a lawyer look them over in the States.  What could be easier?  Hold on right there.  It’s not always obvious that certain words, phrases or concepts may need to be changed or removed in order to meet with the expectations of your employees in the rest of the world.  Here are the top seven things to avoid in globalizing your Code, employee handbook or policies…