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Multinational companies expanding into new markets are often looking for new, reliable international employment solutions for quick staff deployment and setup.   When your company is growing, the traditional approach of setting up a fully incorporated

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  • Holiday Leave Entitlements in Netherlands

    A client of ours with employees assigned in Netherlands had a question about an 8% holiday pay allowance included in the payslip for May. Each country has different rules on how holidays are handled for all employees, whether local citizens or foreign nationals, that must be followed exactly. In Netherlands, employees are entitled to paid […]


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  • What Overseas Employers Need to Know About Payroll and Tax in Germany

    As you might expect, German payroll and tax regulations are very specific with mandatory withholding and payment rules for your employees on assignment.  There are many different social contributions to keep track of, and they must be paid on time and to the correct government entity. The first hurdle is that you must have a […]


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  • Common Employee Benefits in Israel

    When you are assigning employees to Israel, one of the typical requirements is to offer employee benefits in Israel according to their laws.  You may still be offering benefits in the home country (such as pension contributions) but you must also add in host country benefits to the compensation package. Here are a few of […]


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  • What Overseas Employers Need to Know About India Payroll and Tax

    Navigating the payroll and tax regulations for your employees on assignment to India does carry some complexity for HR departments.  You can find the full review of Indian payroll and tax rules here, which should give you an idea of what you are facing if you decide to run a DIY payroll without assistance. There are […]


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  • 4 Things Overseas Employers Should Know About Singapore Payroll and Tax

    When you are employing expats in Singapore, there are four things that you should know about running payroll and taxation before you begin the process.  The Employment Pass is the most common work permit, and has different payroll and tax rules than for residents.  You can find a full review of all payroll, tax and […]


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  • Work Permits and Visas for Overseas Workers in Korea

    For global mobility professionals assigning employees to Korea, it is essential to know the rules for work permits.  As a developed country, South Korea has immigration rules that are similar to the US and Australia, where they closely evaluate the need and qualifications of all foreign workers. Immigration and Work Visa Requirements in South Korea  […]


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  • Keeping Your Remote Worker Happy – A Guide for Employers

    The benefits that result from prioritising your remote worker’s welfare can be grouped into both direct, measurable financial benefits, such as not needing to rent office space, to intangible benefits, such as employee loyalty and good mental health, and company branding. This guide illustrates how you can keep your remote worker engaged and happy.  1. […]


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  • The Ultimate Guide to PEO

    The use of a PEO (Professional Employment Organization) is becoming a popular employment option for companies with operations in countries such as the US, where there is wide difference between state laws on corporate registration, employment and payroll.  The PEO is useful where a company (foreign or domestic) wants to assign or employ staff in […]


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  • Work Permits and Visas for Foreign Workers in Portugal

    As a member of the EU, Portugal recognizes the EU right to travel policy and EU citizens will not need a work permit.  However, if your staff are being assigned from non-EU countries they will either need a Portugal work permit or an EU Blue Card, if they are working longer than 3 months.  All […]


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  • Work Permits and Visas for Overseas Workers in Kenya

    Obtaining work permits and visas for your staff on assignment to Kenya has become more difficult and time consuming in recent years.  Although applications can be submitted online, manual applications have to be sent at the same time, complicating matters for overseas companies.  Both applications need to be sent prior to the time of scheduled […]


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