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South Korea's HR legislation covers everything from labour standards and equal opportunity employment, to trade unions and insurance. Let's take a look at the HR and payroll in the country.
Poland offers big opportunities for global investors and those looking to smart-source operations, but navigating local legislative requirements can be demanding.
With a mixture of emerging and booming economies, political uncertainty and extreme contrasts in business customs, the Americas can never be categorized as one homogeneous whole.
This year more than 600 representatives attended the annual TSI Congress in Berlin, Germany.
Failure to comply with company law in Hong Kong can be very expensive for businesses.
The discovery of the Tamar gas field followed by an additional discovery at Leviathan transformed Israel’s status as an energy producer.
The Gulf Cooperation Council will start implementing VAT at a rate of 5% from 1 January 2018.
Vietnam’s latest labour rule changes bring various benefits to employees, but how will they affect companies doing business in the country?
Bulgaria’s reputation has transformed from an ‘unstable’ country regulations-wise to one now providing a consistent, reliable environment for HR and payroll operations.
Luxembourg’s Companies Act ‘reform bill’ includes new rules for conversions of company types and introduces the S.à r.l.-S.
Central America is rapidly becoming a prosperous business hub. Let's take a look at some of the key reasons why.
France is one of the few countries where employers do not withhold employees’ personal income tax from their payslip. This will change however, in 2018.