We, Feb 29 Business Lunch: Preemployment Screening and Due Diligence in Vietnam

Business Lunch: Preemployment Screening and Due Diligence in Vietnam

WHEN: Wed, Feb 29th 2012 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm
WHERE: Renaissance Riverside Hotel, Ho Chi Minh City

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Once we get over the “exotica” of Viet Nam, we find that we experience the same work issues like everywhere else, … unhappy employees, theft in the workplace, fraud, and more. The screening of employee candidates has long been used to help avoid potential problem employees or, at least, limit them as best we can. But, this service is relatively new in Viet Nam, and we too often face uncooperative schools and former employers who don’t understand the message. Don’t even get me started on how “officialdom” responds (or doesn’t) to queries!

The same is true for Due Diligence (DD) reviews of potential JV partners or suppliers. Vietnamese society has long stayed away from “asking questions” of others, probably because this seems like police work. So, many companies simply say such and such company was recommended or “we’ve always used them.” But as compliance drives more and more of how we do business, and with whom, the need for solid DD research is crucial to good business.

Agenda

12:00 pm Registration and Refreshments
12:30 pm Lunch is served
13:00 pm Introduction and Presentation, followed by Q&A
13:30 pm Event Ends

Costs

Member: VND 750,000Non-member: VND 1,000,000

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About the speaker

brian pictureBrian Dougherty – General Manager, Indochina has been the country manager for the Hill & Associates’ office in Thailand since its inception in 2000 and, from Bangkok, covers all operations in Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam (the Greater Mekong Subregion). During his more than 17 years in the commercial investigation business, he has conducted operations in seven different Asian countries and completed complicated investigations involving missing persons, insurance fraud, in-depth due diligence, intellectual property violations, theft in the workplace and others.

Following a 20-year career, he retired from the U.S. Air Force in 1993.

Mr. Dougherty speaks Vietnamese, Thai and Khmer.