As the world becomes increasingly more interconnected, more and more companies are expanding their operations beyond their home country’s borders. But with global expansion comes a whole new set of challenges
Black Mountain updates you with the latest payroll changes in this months Payroll Newsletter
The March 2023 Blue Marble newsletter discusses the challenges integrating U.S. and global payroll, understanding in-country labor laws, and compliance challenges with global expansion.
Outsourcing Payroll Are you tired of being bogged down by tedious payroll tasks? Do you dread the endless paperwork and calculations involved in managing your organisation’s payroll? Well, fear not because payroll outsourcing is here to save the day, and it’s not as boring as it sounds! Let’s face it; payroll can be a real […]
Further to the Chancellor’s statement on Friday 23 September, some important changes impacting on payroll need to be noted by employers.
The April 2022 Blue Marble newsletter discusses solutions to global payroll challenges, changes to labor regulations in India, and expansion and technology challenges.
The March 2022 Blue Marble newsletter is focused on global payroll funding and money movement, the pros and cons of a 4-day work week, and global expansion and integration.
The February 2022 Blue Marble newsletter is focused on frequent problems with global payroll reporting, employee benefits in Singapore and managing multiple payroll vendors and systems. Don’t miss out on global payroll trends and the latest news – follow us on Twitter @BlueMarblePay to get country facts, global payroll tips, and more! Frequent Problems with […]
A Brief Recap of Some of the Legislative HR Changes in Hong Kong over the past 12 Months Potential Termination of Unvaccinated Staff On 8 February 2022 the Government announced a series of anti-epidemic measures which included banning unvaccinated persons from entering an additional six types of premises, namely shopping malls, department stores, religious venues, […]
on 1 February, a worker won a landmark legal case at the Court of Appeal regarding whether he should be paid thousands of pounds in lost holiday pay.
Pimlico Plumbers were defeated at the Supreme Court by Gary Smith, who was engaged as a self-employed plumber between 2005 and 2011, but later deemed to be a worker.