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  • On-demand
  •  COA, 1.0 HRCI, 1.0 HRCI GLOBAL, 1.0 SHRM

The globalized economy presents new opportunities for growth, frequently requiring companies to send employees overseas on assignments. Sending key talent overseas can solve problems, but employers typically must navigate a common set of challenges, such as immigration status, in-country employment compliance, host and home country taxation, compensation planning and quality of life topics.

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  •  COA, 1.0 HRCI, 1.0 HRCI GLOBAL, 1.0 SHRM

A U.S. multinational launching a new “greenfield” operation abroad—a new overseas office or facility—goes ahead and registers a new local subsidiary to employ and payroll local staff in the new location.

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  •  COA, 1.0 RCH

With three devastating hurricanes impacting the U.S this year, many employers offered their employees a range of benefits including cash and paid time off to name a few. Special tax provisions apply whenever the President makes an emergency declaration and for Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria, Congress extended a special business tax credit for wages paid to employees displaced by these storms.

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  •  COA, 1.0 RCH

Supplemental pay includes compensation such as overtime premiums, bonuses, severance pay and fringe benefits. It is an important component of employee compensation but has its own set of withholding rules.

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  •  COA, 1.0 RCH

This presentation is for payroll managers with US outbound expatriate payroll responsibilities and those professionals in related functions (HR, Compensation, Legal, Tax, Accounting) who would like to have a better understanding of the transactions and compliance that the expatriate payroll function is responsible for.

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  •  COA, 1.0 RCH

A fulltime job and a lifelong career with one company: It sounds like a fairytale in today's marketplace. The workforce landscape is changing at a dramatic pace. In fact, with mobility increasing, the "Gig" workforce, that of mobile and temporary workers, is outpacing traditional workforce labor.

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  •  COA, 1.0 RCH

75% of the amount collected for child support comes from employer payor payments derived from income withholding. Federal and state laws require that most persons responsible for paying child, spousal, or family support are subject to income withholding to ensure those obligations are paid.

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  •  COA, 1.0 HRCI, 1.0 SHRM

Keeping track of regulatory deadlines, whether you’re a small company engaging in cross-border e-commerce or a multinational with offices around the world, is challenging and risky. Each jurisdiction has its own constantly changing obligations for businesses operating in their territory, compensating employees and more.

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  •  COA, CLE 1.0

Errors caused by a company’s internal employees remains one of the top reasons a cybersecurity breach occurs, which results in significant reputational and economic damage.  As corporate counsel takes an increasingly critical role in crisis management for the business, they must be more active in ensuring that their employees are trained in security issues to prevent breaches and prepared to handle and respond to breaches; otherwise, these businesses will face enforcement actions at both the federal and state levels.

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  •  COA

It may seem like something from a sci-fi movie, but artificial intelligence and blockchain technology are increasingly becoming a significant part of financial services.

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