Archive: human capital
Multinationals failing to adopt transformative payroll techniques to compete and expand in the global marketplace
The majority of multinationals (85%) want improvement in their current payroll practices, yet they are skeptical about whether payroll providers can deliver a comprehensive global solution, according to a new Ernst & Young survey.
As we enter into the new year of 2013, we would like to bring your attention to a few salient human capital developments in China, …
Our study highlights current trends and leading practices that can help companies use divestments to achieve key corporate goals.
Your business is global – is your payroll model? Is it even possible to have a single, consistent global payroll solution and service? We posed these …
Global mobility plays a key role in driving business success; it supports company growth both in establishing footholds in strategic markets and by giving future …
T Magazine introduces participants and judges from the Young Tax Professional of the Year award to demonstrate the changing profile of tax professionals.
Businesses are discovering that the tax function has a role in adding value as well as providing traditional support services.
An Ernst & Young poll of tax and finance professionals shows that companies are incurring high costs for not doing better at backing staff postings abroad.
International relocations, especially among service firms, have risen steadily for three years in a row, rebuilding since a 2009 low.
Managing an increasingly mobile workforce presents a new set of challenges to meet associated tax obligations for employee and employer alike. T Magazine´s animation highlights the challenges related to the stateless employee.
Watch a video interview with Deutsche Bank’s Matthew Ozburn on the new patterns of expatriate movements within the bank and the implications they have for HR.
T Magazine speaks to Martin Schulz, the new President of the European Parliament, about what is being done to create a more flexible labor market.
We consider how companies are developing global talent management processes to build talent pipelines for the future, and explore the tax implications of this increasingly mobile workforce.
The expatriate executive is alive and well, but the purpose of their assignments has significantly changed, as has the approach to handling them. T Magazine´s animation highlights the evolution of the role.
The traditional pattern of West to East migration is giving way to a new multipolar reality for expatriates.
Returning expatriates are far more likely to leave an organization than their compatriots. How can this be avoided?
The relative costs of the world’s business cities are evolving in line with shifts in the global economy.