Global Mobility Compliance
This Global Mobility Compliance article highlights the minimum considerations for organisational and employee compliance in global mobility matters.
It is vital that HR practitioners have global mobility compliance at the top of their priorities, highlighting requirements to line managers early in the assignment planning process. All too often compliance is overlooked in the quest to meet the business need quickly. We recommend proper planning so that all internal stakeholders, such as legal, corporate tax, payroll and pension teams, can be included in global mobility processes.
In particular, for new and challenging locations it is imperative to obtain local expert knowledge. Your global mobility provider should be able to support your documentation needs and have a robust tracking system in place to ensure all necessary stakeholders are kept aware of key dates and deadlines.
The level of practical in addition to financial support provided by the organisation for a move overseas can determine the success of the assignment from the assignee and family’s perspective. It can influence the employee’s willingness to relocate in future and is key to retaining top talent within the organisation.
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