Changes to the way we are all working are happening faster than ever before and businesses need to keep up if they are to survive. A new model is emerging, where staff with critical skills may be based anywhere in the world. This mobility increases the challenge of managing fast-changing government requirements in areas such as tax, social security, and immigration law. Our experienced team has global reach and can ensure both employer and employee remain compliant.
In an increasingly globalised world, companies need to have access to the right people at the right time, wherever they are in the world. These days, having a global footprint can often mean moving the task to the worker rather than moving the worker to the task. This flexibility is key to success but achieving it means overcoming the complexity of managing teams in multiple locations.
We know there are many reasons companies use cross border resources. Understanding what is behind these decisions helps us tailor our support to achieve the best results possible. We aim to build long lasting relationships with our clients and therefore place high value on the quality and practicality of our advice as well as on transparency and fairness in all our client interactions.
Our global mobility specialists provide access to a worldwide network of experts in areas including tax and social security, employment law, immigration, risk assessment, global payroll management and HR policy.
- Advising on cross border employment arrangements
- Supporting clients with “remote worker” situations and planning
- Social security optimisation
- Assisting clients to remain fully compliant with tax, social security, payroll and other in-country requirements
- Managing immigration risk and supporting our clients with applications
- Tracking and reporting short-term business visitors
- Reviewing global mobility and tax equalisation strategy and policy
- Mobility cost projection
- Global payroll coordination and reporting
We are proud of our own diverse, inclusive and multicultural team, which provides the foundation for our advice in this area. Our partnership spans more than 90 countries and territories giving us a shared perspective with clients facing the complications of today’s global workforce.