A Tailor-Made Portfolio
Just as each jurisdiction has its own bureaucracies, legislation, and tax codes, each company has its own requirements. With this understanding, we make it our first step to gain a full understanding of the needs of your business. Next, we will assign a team of experts dedicated to your company, with an account manager that will operate as your single point of contact, to personally respond to the demands of your organization.
Upon completion of our consultation phase we believe it is vital to outline clear objectives and conditions for our services moving forward. We encourage our clients to hold us to each and every one of our guarantees. This method ensures transparency of service and prevents any unpleasant surprises, related to costs or otherwise.
Time zones can be problematic when operating in an international environment. Our experienced account managers are motivated to ensure availability for their clients throughout the day. We demand the same attitude from our international partners. This approach safeguards a world class response time.
Time is money. Our clients don’t want to waste their valuable time on digesting large volumes of detailed information. Present us with your problem and we will present you with an understandable solution.
Our cutting edge, state of the art, cloud based technological solutions ensure optimised internal work processes. Each of our clients and, if desired, their employees, will get round-the-clock access to our work flows and progress reports, for real-time status updates and effortless communication. These solutions also meet the information requirements of modern generations.
Global HR & Mobility Market Updates
Last week news: the latest update on the global HR & Mobility Market
– Netherlands and Switzerland sign minutes to alter tax treaty
– Netherlands signs new tax treaty with Ireland
– Tax filing and payment deadlines for individuals – extended in Argentina
The UK Migration Advisory Committee recommends large increase in Shortage Occupation List
The release of the recent Migration Advisory Committee report is yet another tangible piece of analysis that calls into question the economic wisdom of Britain’s decision to leave the EU.