Expatriate Services Report: A free reference tool for companies with internationally mobile workforces
New Expatriate Services report gives businesses the information they need to manage the challenges and opportunities involved in moving employees across geographic borders to achieve their international expansion goals
The report, covering 29 countries, has been compiled by members of Alliott Group's Global Mobility Services Group and is targeted at the needs of senior executives working for internationally focused SME businesses. The guide serves as a reference tool on the interrelated tax, immigration and employment law issues that will be encountered by an internationally mobile workforce.
The difference between success and failure
In today’s competitive global business world, employee mobility is crucial. Many governments have been creative in developing ‘impatriate’ schemes that aim to attract senior executives and world class leaders to live and work in their countries. However, to expand abroad successfully, companies need to be able to assign the right people to the right locations at the right time. A full appreciation of the correct tax and legal procedures in different countries will ensure companies and individuals save time and money and avoid the debilitating penalties that make the difference between an international assignment’s success or failure.
The report covers the following 29 jurisdictions: Europe: Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, France, Germany, Greece, Guernsey, Hungary, Isle of Man, Italy, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Spain, Switzerland, Turkey, UK. North America: Canada, Mexico, Puerto Rico, USA. Asia Pacific: Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, New Zealand, Singapore.
Information in the report answers the types of questions handled on an almost daily basis by Alliott Group members, including:
- What are the necessary formalities and procedures an employer must follow when assigning employees from one country to another?
- Is a work permit or visa required in the host country?
- What types of benefits can be provided to employees and what are the costs?
- What is the impact of an international assignment and relocation on a social security scheme?
- Which conditions and circumstances enable expatriates to benefit from tax advantages and exemptions in different jurisdictions?
- How many days does a foreign individual need to spend in a different jurisdiction to be considered resident for tax purposes?
“The services available from Alliott Group member firms worldwide will help companies to better manage the mobility process, assess optimum remuneration packages and monitor cross border employment structures and company costs.”
Need help with your international workforce?
Our international team of global mobility experts will be able to help you in over 70 countries. Contact us to be directed to a professionals in one or multiple countries. Alternatively, visit our Global Mobility Services page.Download the full report