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Workday Rising 2019

Workday Rising 2019

Workday Rising is a yearly event for Workday customers, partners and colleagues, as well as leaders in the HR industry. This year’s U.S. event is happening soon—October 14-17 in Orlando, Florida—so we’ve put together a list of what we’re looking forward to most while we’re there.The human connectionWith more than…
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Creating Legal Entity

EBOOK: Legal entity or GEO?

Deciding the right execution strategy for global expansion is complex, as there are many costs and risks to carefully consider. Before deciding how your organization should proceed, make sure you conduct a thorough analysis of the many tax laws, employer obligations, cultural nuances and other quirks that might apply in your…
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Employ Workers in India

Why employ in India?

Celebration is a way of life in India, with festivals and fairs occurring across this vast country seemingly daily. Some commemorate the start of a new season, while others recognize religious deities or symbols. And though there’s no festival marking the country’s ascension as the highest ranked economy in South…
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Global payroll and HCM integration

Are you getting the most out of your HCM?

For many multinational companies, the case for making an investment in a Human Capital Management system likely centered on the business value of the solution.But if your HCM implementation doesn’t include payroll from everywhere in the world you do business—and many HCM solutions don’t—it’s likely that your organization isn’t realizing…
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Employing workers in Singapore

Why employ in Singapore?

This garden city-state is not only beautifully designed and well-kept, it ranks among the world’s most competitive economies, with a gross national income of $54,530 USD per capita—comparable to the $58,270 per capita income in the U.S.Manufacturing and services are the main drivers of economic growth in Singapore, and regulatory…
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Employer of Record

Employer of record? Beware false claims

A global employer of record (EOR) can help you quickly grow your international workforce by employing professionals on your behalf. With their local reach and expertise, you can hire around the world without the expense or hassle of setting up legal infrastructure in-country, or the risk of independent contractor misclassification.How…
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Employ Workers in Mexico

Why employ in Mexico?

Although it’s widely known for celebrating Día de Muertos, or Day of the Dead, Mexico is increasingly a land for living well. A diverse population that blends indigenous, Spanish and other cultures is the lifeblood of this emerging market that’s seen steady economic growth and benefited greatly from international free…
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Global Payroll

Why finance and HR silos may be limiting your payroll data potential

Payroll data and functions fall within both HR and finance departments, yet it’s often the case that they act independently of the other, each with its own processes for maintaining the data.The conventional wisdom is, why shouldn’t they? After all, when talking about what payroll represents—employees—finance and HR have different…
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disruptor generations

Webinar: Preparing your organization to embrace “the disruptors”

For the first time in history, there are five generations working together at the same time:The Silent GenerationBaby BoomersGeneration XMillennialsGeneration ZAnd within 10 years, “the disruptors”—Millenials and the microgeneration before it, Xennials—will make up a majority of the workforce. Is your organization prepared to embrace these younger generations?Amber Merideth, a…
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Employ workers in Germany

Why employ in Germany?

Germany is known for being culturally rich in history and tradition. But this country is rich in other ways, too.With annual sales of 2.9 trillion euro in goods and services, Germany has the strongest economy in Europe and one of the largest in the world, making it an especially attractive…
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