Deploying and maintaining talent around the world is a critical priority for companies in today’s global economy. But the stakes are high. Employing an expat typically costs two or even three times more than the simple cost of the individual’s home-country salary. Moreover, expat assignments can and do fail, and improper immigration or tax compliance management can lead to serious legal trouble for the employer and/or the employee.
Our Expat playbook: Best practices for sending employees abroad addresses the most common challenges faced by companies with globally mobile employees, including:
- Immigration considerations
- Tax and payroll considerations
- Compensation, repatriation and more
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