Whether you own a small-scale startup or a multi-million dollar firm, compliance with human resource policies is essential. The HR department establishes the procedures, codes of conduct, and other rules and regulations that the employees have to adhere to.

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As the end of the year approaches, companies need to prepare for payroll and tax reporting requirements in each country. If you are managing payroll in multiple countries, this is no easy task – there are varying tax years, different reporting requirements in each country, and payroll and compliance regulations to factor into your plans. So how can you prepare your teams across the world for year-end global payroll reporting?

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Companies that manage global employees and payroll sometimes believe that the status quo is better than making any changes. But when you’re talking about global operations and payroll, what you don’t change could be hurting your organization. Evolving regulations and in-country requirements not only put your company at risk for fines and penalties but mismanaging global operations could also make your employees leave due to inaccurate payroll or benefits.

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Outsourcing HR operations has become a common practice today and there’s a good reason why! Apart from helping business owners save money, time and allowing focus on their key operations, it offers a wide range of other benefits, too. The human resources departments deal with your company’s employees. And if you think about it, they may not really need to be in-house to do that. These operations can be executed from a remote location.

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