European businesses have struggled in the past year adapting to extraordinary circumstances prompted by Covid-19.
December 2020 also marked a milestone when a trade deal was finally agreed upon between the UK and the European Union, ending their fifty-year old relationship. It’s not “business as usual” anymore. Companies are grappling with what a remote-first approach to team building looks like.
If employees ask to be relocated near family, companies may want to explore providing this option. And beyond reacting to recent changes due to Brexit and the global business landscape, companies also are exploring proactive approaches to international growth. Organizations are assessing how to diversify their talent and revenue streams in regions around the world.
What are some of the challenges you’ll face in specific regions when setting up payroll? What should you be looking out for to advise your company on? What new and innovative ways to onboard talent could help you be more efficient and effective?
In this session, hear from Nick Adams, Vice President of Sales at Globalization Partners, and Kathryn Barnes, Employment Counsel, EMEA.
- The top challenges of setting up payroll due to Brexit.
- How to analyze your company’s needs and allocate your team’s resources.
- Why new models like an Employer of Record could help you move faster and stay compliant.