When to use an EOR: The Essentials & Commercial Considerations

We’ve teamed up with Osborne Clarke to bring you our latest webinar, join us as we discuss why you should consider an EOR for your business. There is currently a lot going on with the misclassification of workers and updates to how EOR’s can run in certain countries, so our team of experts are here to discuss all the commercial considerations you need before you make the decision on if an EOR is right for you.

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Your expert speakers:

David Wall 

Founder, Cintra Global 

Spending over 15 years involved in outsourcing and international consulting, David has extensive experience in helping customers navigate the complexities of global expansion. He’s a commercial lawyer by background, with experience in both private practice and industry. David has overall responsibility for the strategy and growth of Cintra Global. Before qualifying as a lawyer, David served in Her Majesty’s Armed Forces in the physical education branch.

Julian Christmas

Founder, Cintra Global
A well-respected advisor in this specialist area, Julian has worked in international expansion for more than 15 years. His previous experience includes helping Tesla Motors with their expansion into Europe and managing the global rollout for hospitality giants, Airbnb. Julian is a qualified Chartered Accountant and is responsible for revenue growth at Cintra Global.

Alexander Schlicht

Vice President Legal, Osborne Clarke

Alex is currently based in New York and helps US headquartered companies in time zone on their expansion, scale up or restructure of their businesses across European markets. He is a German qualified lawyer and ‘Certified Specialist for Employment Law’.

Alex counsels in-house lawyers and HR employees of tech-driven companies with topics around HR Regulation and Compliance, including protection of business secrets from an employment perspective, as well as developing and implementing HR solutions around the Future of Work. As a strategic, hands-on practitioner, Alex leads restructurings and RIF’s, counsels on employee management, as well as internal investigations and all other employment related topics. He has a vast wealth of experience in representing employers in all aspects of employment-related litigation before labour courts. Having lived in Zimbabwe and worked for lawyers in Belfast, Cologne, Istanbul and South Africa during school, studies and legal traineeship, Alex’s international approach evolved naturally.