In this late summer edition, we begin our usual roundup of international tax, HR and Finance updates with a discussion of one of the broader issues involved with managing global employees. In an article on managing international pay practices, we explore a few quirks beyond the “normal” challenges posed by delivering payroll in different currencies, languages and cultures to take a look at some local market practices that, unless understood at the outset, can add unexpectedly to overall compensation costs.
You’ll also be interested in the usual roundup of international tax, HR and Finance updates, including employment-related news from the UK, Spain, Germany, Ireland and Vietnam, as well as updates on the New Companies Ordinance in Hong Kong, and on recently launched anti-corruption legislation in Mexico. You’ll also find news on VAT in Spain and an IRS ITIN update relevant to expatriates in the US. Please contact us with queries.