The Occupational Health and Safety Act No. 6331, officially published on June 30, 2012 consolidates all relevant legislation under one act and presents a significant obligation to employers.The scope of this new legislation will be contingent on the number of employees, and the level of danger present in the workplace.
Once these levels are identified, the organization will be placed into one of three categories A, B, or C with each level having specific licensing requirements for counselors who will advise organizations and their employees on how to make an effective transition to mandatory compliance.
Company Establishment Best Practices With all the new regulations that have recently come to into play such as debt and commercial law, and capital market regulations; the practice of establishing a new organization in Turkey has become a challenging and often time’s problematic task.
Due to the nature of foreign entities, it is common that during the establishment process the founders, representatives, and authorities will dispersed in different geographic locations. This geographic obstacle can be challenging when it comes to the collection of signatures, dealing notarization errors, and delays in implementation. Unfortunately many foreign entities have a low establishment success rate as a result of these problems.
Not only is a failed attempt at establishing a foreign entity costly in terms of time and effort for the local organization providing the consulting services, a low success rate also damages consultants image in a significant way. By determining the correct strategy during the establishment process, the foreign entity stands to gain by receiving a value adding service while simultaneously reducing the time and effort they need to spend on the process; ultimately reducing costs.
Sales & Marketing are considered to be the driving force behind the success of the majority of businesses. Therefore, it is only natural that the proper training must be given employees who make up these departments.
Our in depth training will equip your Sales & Marketing team with the tools that they need to effectively close sales and turn leads into long term clients.
Furthermore, our training sessions also cover country specific topics and practices which can enable your foreign employees to be better prepared for success in Turkey.
The greatest causal factor of expatriates being unable to adjust to life in a different country is what is known as culture shock. Considering the significant costs of expatriate employees, employers are constantly seeking ways to reduce the turn over of such employees.
Our Cross Cultural training services do just that be giving expatriates all of the information and support that they need in when they arrive in Turkey. Topics covered range from cultural norms and local business practices to things such as how to navigate the city and social services.
The training can be based on a general overview of the various aspects of living in Turkey as well as customized programs based on requested topics. We have found that expatriates who take part in these trainings have a lower turnover rate and are able to effectively adapt to life and business in Turkey.