Global Employment Law - Payroll Implications
Available Until:31 Dec 2019
From the calculation of overtime pay rates, minimum wage legislation, and social security obligations, to compulsory occupational retirement provision, paid vacation, and employment documentation, employment law requirements impact a payroll department’s everyday tasks wherever you are based.
Employment law compliance requires careful planning, communications, and documentation, and must be part of the due diligence considerations when establishing payroll operations in a new country. This two-hour virtual course discusses key aspects of global employment law and provides practical examples drawn from across the globe of how this might impact the payroll operation.
This course is ideal for:
- Multi-country payroll departments
- Project planning for a new acquisition overseas
- HR professionals who are moving into the global arena for the first time
Learn about requirements in the following areas:
- Collective bargaining agreements
- Minimum wage legislation
- Payslip reporting requirements
- Premium rate calculations
- Vacation and public holiday pay calculations
- Redundancy and severance rules
- Sickness absence reporting and payments
- Parental leave reporting and payments
- Leaving documentation (employment certificates, etc.)
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