Managing its compliance

RESPONDING TO THE NEW COMPLIANCE REGULATIONS


Businesses are facing increasingly strict laws in the area of compliance: prevention of corruption (Sapin II law), personal data (GDPR), vigilance of parent companies and order givers, tax constraints on computerised accounting.

Provided that they are managed effectively with your staff, these compliance projects can also generate opportunities.

Do you need advice on the matter? Our staff, with their specific expertise, can provide you with pragmatic support and offer you customised offers tailored to your needs.

2 to 4%

of annual sales before tax
= The potential penalty for failing to comply with the GDPR

2 hours

of training with WOONOZ
= Time required to educate its staff about GDPR via an e-learning module
What’s at stake
  • Running compliance programmes
  • Preventing risks within your organisation
  • Making the most of compliance programmes
Our solutions
We work in the following areas of expertise:

 

LABOUR LAW

MANAGING YOUR EMPLOYEE RELATIONS: COMPLIANCE AT ALL LEVELS

Compliance is an essential component of any good employee relations policy. It begins with the DPAE (pre-hire declaration), the personnel register and the annual risk assessment document. Depending on the thresholds, it then encompasses the company's staff representative bodies, internal regulations, ethical policies (IT charter, code of conduct, personal data policy, etc.), and the introduction of an appropriate and effective alert system, etc.  

Our team will help you to draw up an inventory of the locations in your environment and to implement the necessary improvements. An audit of your practices is also essential to anticipate any employment inspections...

 

LABOUR LAW

MANAGING YOUR EMPLOYEE RELATIONS: COMPLIANCE AT ALL LEVELS

Compliance is an essential component of any good employee relations policy. It begins with the DPAE (pre-hire declaration), the personnel register and the annual risk assessment document. Depending on the thresholds, it then encompasses the company's staff representative bodies, internal regulations, ethical policies (IT charter, code of conduct, personal data policy, etc.), and the introduction of an appropriate and effective alert system, etc.  

Our team will help you to draw up an inventory of the locations in your environment and to implement the necessary improvements. An audit of your practices is also essential to anticipate any employment inspections (labour inspectorate and/or URSSAF). If this cannot be avoided, our team will help you with any disputes. 

YOUR REFERING EXPERTS
Isabelle JAULIN GRELLIER
Béatrice CHAINE FILIPPI
Camille LENOBLE
Aurélie BONNET-VILLEMIN
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