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The "X" Factors of Expatriate Payroll - Making your Expatriate Payroll Program Perform like a Star

Topic:
The "X" Factors of Expatriate Payroll - Making your Expatriate Payroll Program Perform like a Star
Date:
April 8, 2013 at 11:00 - 12:00 PM ET
Presenters:
Dave Leboff, President(Expaticore Services Llc)
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Description
The “X” Factors of Expatriate Payroll – Making your Expatriate Payroll Program Perform like a Star is designed to provide the audience with a basic understanding of the expatriate payroll administration function, what it needs to operate effectively and how it interacts with other mobility-related functions. Effective operation of complex multi-country payrolls is essential to the success of international assignments and the overall satisfaction of employees on these assignments. Some of the complexities include split pay, tax equalization, foreign exchange and grossups. An ineffective payroll operation increases risks and costs, and can negatively affect employee satisfaction.
Successful in-country payroll processing professionals must understand the technical aspects of their function, and ensure that the employees are getting paid right and that compliance is being filed timely and accurately. They must also be fully supported by a well-organized global payroll program. That program is run by competent management and answers to a governance team. The governance team connects stakeholders from multiple functions to the expatriate payroll program and allows payroll management to participate in the higher level mobility program decisions that almost always affect payroll administration as payroll is often where mobility policy is ultimately executed. For example, housing costs, tuition payments, assignment allowances, etc. are usually paid and almost always reported via payroll. This presentation will review the components of a healthy program structure.
Those who connect with expat payroll processors including those from HR, the mobility function, tax, legal, immigration, accounting and mobility related vendors (such as relocation companies, tax advisors and consultants) will also learn how their roles affect the expat payroll function so that they can become a more effective partner in the successful operation of the organization’s expat payroll function.
Key expat payroll mistakes to avoid and best practices will be presented as well.
The “X” Factors of Expatriate Payroll – Making your Expatriate Payroll Program Perform like a Star is designed to provide the audience with a basic understanding of the expatriate payroll administration function, what it needs to operate effectively and how it interacts with other mobility-related functions. Effective operation of complex multi-country payrolls is essential to the success of international assignments and the overall satisfaction of employees on these assignments. Some of the complexities include split pay, tax equalization, foreign exchange and grossups. An ineffective payroll operation increases risks and costs, and can negatively affect employee satisfaction.
Successful in-country payroll processing professionals must understand the technical aspects of their function, and ensure that the employees are getting paid right and that compliance is being filed timely and accurately. They must also be fully supported by a well-organized global payroll program. That program is run by competent management and answers to a governance team. The governance team connects stakeholders from multiple functions to the expatriate payroll program and allows payroll management to participate in the higher level mobility program decisions that almost always affect payroll administration as payroll is often where mobility policy is ultimately executed. For example, housing costs, tuition payments, assignment allowances, etc. are usually paid and almost always reported via payroll. This presentation will review the components of a healthy program structure.
Those who connect with expat payroll processors including those from HR, the mobility function, tax, legal, immigration, accounting and mobility related vendors (such as relocation companies, tax advisors and consultants) will also learn how their roles affect the expat payroll function so that they can become a more effective partner in the successful operation of the organization’s expat payroll function.
Key expat payroll mistakes to avoid and best practices will be presented as well.


Who Should Participate
Payroll professionals who handle expats, mobility, HR, relocation, compensation, legal, accounting, tax, immigration staff. Also, relocation vendor staff who deal with expat expense processing, and accounting firm staff with responsibility for expatriate tax return preparation.
What You Will Learn
What makes expatriate payroll processing so complicated 3 components of an effective expatriate payroll function Ways to mitigate risk and reduce costs related to expat payroll processing Best practices for expatriate payroll professionals
Recommended Resources
Tips to Ease the Pain of Expatriate Payroll Processing http://www.expaticore.com/downloads/Tips-to-Help-Ease-the-Pain-of-Expatriate-Payroll.pdf
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Human Resources Management
HR Outsourcing
Core HR: Payroll for HR and HRIS
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Payroll Outsourcing
HRO in a Global Organization
International and Global HR
Structure and Organization
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Dave Leboff
Expaticore Services Llc

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Expaticore offers global payroll administration, expatriate program management and international human resources consulting solutions customized to support worldwide business operations.
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