Organizations that develop cross-disciplinary, diverse teams perform better – but lack of “inclusive leaders” hinder success
December 12, 2013. Tags: human capital
An overwhelming majority (84%) of business executives say that their organization’s ability to develop and manage teams will be essential for future competitiveness, according to a global EY survey.
Cloud computing is pervading business across all industries, sending governments around the world scrambling to understand tax business in the cloud.
How can companies manage the risk and minimize the costs of short-term business travelers? Learn about the latest best practices and how to remain proactive.
It is important for companies to be focused now on keeping informed of developments in the OECD and in the relevant countries in which they operate.
Multinationals not effectively deploying their mobility programs in line with their wider business agenda to drive competitive edge
More than half (56%) of mobility executives working in multinational companies today reveal that their mobility teams are involved only in deploying services, playing no role in talent management and wider business objectives, according to a new survey by EY.
This article looks at some of the challenges that tax departments face when dealing with large quantities of complex tax data – and some of the tools that can help.
What impact will Germany’s recent decision to allow limited partnerships to become VAT group members have on related entities in other EU member states?
Businesses that supply telecommunications, broadcasting or e-services to EU final consumers are facing major changes in the EU VAT rules.
Recent audits suggest Peruvian customs authorities are spending more time looking at transfer pricing reports.
Danish payroll duty, which ensures that companies that don’t pay VAT contribute elsewhere, is more than 20 years old.
This article gives a brief introduction to the EU FTT proposal, and looks at the basic structure of the proposed tax.
Croatia’s accession to the EU means that the country faces a new set of VAT rules. This article details the implications for businesses that operate and trade in the country.
This article examines the OECD’s recent consultation process on VAT and GST – and the likely further development of guidelines on the subject.
Brazilian Senate considers reducing the state value-added tax rate.
The Russians are leading the way in collaborative compliance tax administration.
Thailand aims to become more competitive by cutting taxes – despite rising public debt.
The OECD’s preliminary “Co-operative Compliance” report emphasizes cooperation and trust in the relationship between taxpayers and tax authorities.