Month: October 2017

3 Countries with the Most Complex Payroll Processing

Payroll management for an offshore business can be a challenging task due to the unique processes, compliance issues, and constantly changing legislation of different countries. Global payroll professionals need to factor in wage rules, working hours, labor practices, and other aspects when processing…

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British Columbia: Supreme Court Verdict Impacts Termination Clauses

The British Columbian Supreme Court has ruled in favor of employees being provided common law reasonable notice even if an employer terminates or retracts the offer before the employee starts working. In Buchanan vs. Introjunction Ltd., 2017 BCSC 1002, the court ruled that the plaintiff was…

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Think Twice Before Asking for Salary History

Wage inequality has been an hotly debated topic in the United States for longer than many realize. It has recently presented itself once again as a prominent issue in the wake of new equal-pay legislation and the public opinion surrounding it. An article…

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