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Having a globally mobile workforce is an asset when expanding into new markets and can be key to attracting, developing and retaining talent but international assignments need careful management, which is where we come in
We help small, medium, large and multinational companies to manage the complex tax, planning, administrative and strategic aspects of deploying an international workforce.
As well as providing global mobility advice from our offices in London and San Francisco, we have affiliate mobility professionals in over 70 countries around the world.
One of the biggest challenges for an nternational businesses is knowing which queries to raise in the first place...
Please click on the links below for more information on some of our global mobility services:
The immigration rules in the UK change frequently and detailed advice should be sought well in advance of anyone travelling to the UK to perform duties
Our Expatriate team provide advice on tax compliance, social security, expatriate compensation structuring and tax reimbursement methodologies
We have created some guidance notes to introduce some of the relevant considerations for individuals who are relocating to the UK to oversee UK set-up
The CJRS is a new support measure designed to protect jobs in the wake of the economic impacts of COVID-19.
Despite opposition, UK medium and large private sector companies are set to become responsible for setting the tax status of any contractor they use from April 2021.
The government’s £500m Future Fund opened for applications on Wednesday 20 May to help innovative and high-growth British businesses to secure investment during the coronavirus.