Global companies face many challenges as they begin and maintain operations in new countries. Language barriers, business customs, and hiring new employees are just a few of the hurdles. Managing costs, maintaining compliance, and having a clear view of the overall operations is an ongoing struggle for most companies. But what makes multinational companies unique is the desire to look beyond current operations and see what potential is ahead in unknown territories.

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If you are planning on starting a business in Norway, you’ve come to the right place! In this guide, we will tell you everything there is to know about how to start a business in Norway, what the prerequisites are, what obligations you’d need to meet and what it’s like living in Norway.

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Workers all around the world are protected through the right to form a union, along with promises of equal pay for equal work, regardless of gender. Core labor standards have been set out by the International Labor Organization (ILO) that member states, including Bangladesh, must follow. This is so that workers are given the freedom of association, along with the right to bargain, are protected against any sort of forced labor and child labor, and do not face discrimination in employment.

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The World Bank’s decision to continually rank Denmark as Europe’s best country for business is easily justifiable. It is a free-market capitalist economy with a flourishing business environment that welcomes all. According to the Doing Business organization, Denmark ranks 4th in the world and 1st in Europe for its ease of doing business.

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On a scale of 1 to 10, how satisfied are you with your global payroll operations? Do you have real-time access to your payroll data across all countries and currencies? Is your multi-country payroll all on one platform? Is there help available when you need it?

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Owning and operating a small or medium-sized business involves wearing many hats on your job. Employees do so much more than performing their specific tasks like doing all the admin work, taking charge of the HR responsibilities, including keeping a count of absences, taking care of the payroll, training the new recruits and drafting all the paperwork.

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Planning your new Canadian business might appear overwhelming at the start. For this reason, it is essential you tackle one step of the process at a time – something this guide with help you with. We will be discussing the steps involved in starting a new business in Canada. Now, while the steps are outlined pretty much in order, there is some room for flexibility. For instance, it will not make a difference if you go to the third step before completing the second one.

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