For many countries, this upcoming Sunday, May 10, is Mother’s Day, when we celebrate and honor the strong women in our lives. And this year, more than ever, the role of a mother has changed not only quickly, but drastically.
One of the most immediate and apparent impacts of the Coronavirus has been to the way we work. Companies worldwide that have the ability to do so have enacted alternative work policies to encourage social distancing, stop the spread of the virus and keep their talent safe.
Jennifer Connell, VP Advisory Services, presented about the trends surrounding International Extended Business Travel (EBT), how companies administer these assignments, and challenges from her recent research project on EBTs.
Today’s companies are forever seeking ways to mobilize employees faster, easier and more cost-effectively, making the theme of this year’s annual CERC Conference, “Global Mobility: Building a Better Model” especially fitting.
I was proud to have the opportunity to serve as a featured panelist at the 2015 CERC Conference along with my colleague (and millennial) Katherine Bouchard, speaking on millennials and, specifically, how they are impacting the mobile workforce.
Under Canadian tax rules, non‐resident companies who send their employees to Canada are required to comply with a substantial administrative burden. This applies even if the employee is in Canada for a relatively short period of time.
Peter Cloutier, VP in the assignment management group in our Toronto office, will offer sound advice for avoiding costly missteps in the area of taxation when it comes to U.S./Canada cross-border moves.