In a global economy growing numbers of organisations now have overseas employees. While organisations are well aware of the difficulties created by language barriers, different educational qualifications and cultural differences, diverse employment legislation means it is extremely easy to fall foul of local requirements and pay a significant penalty. This guide aims to give an overview of the complexity facing organisations in one or more overseas locations.
The Guide to International Payroll includes:
- Identifying in country differences
- Employment contracts, minimum wage, annual leave and paid sickness variations
- Taxation and pension contributions
- Guidance through the implementation of an outsourced solution