What are the implications of your employees working at home in countries that they do not normally work in? What are the implications of your employees working at home in countries that they do not normally work in?


Please download the slides used in the webinar here. 

The impact of COVID-19 has meant that many employees have found themselves working at home in countries that they do not normally work.
 
For some, this is a temporary arrangement that is expected to come to an end shortly if it has not already. For others, various personal reasons means that they expect to stay working from home in another country for a longer period of time. There are also a growing minority of employees who have asked to make their current arrangements permanent.
 
What does this mean for payroll?
 
Many employers are starting to realise that this state of affairs is likely to have implications as to how and where payroll is operated, together with wider employment implications.
 
In our webinar with Lee McIntyre-Hamilton on 16th July, we explore what employers should now be doing. Specifically, we will be covering:
 
  • the tax, social security and payroll implications of employees working in another country;
  • how to manage the situation effectively;
  • the immediate actions that may be required;
  • the potential payroll complications that can arise; and
  • how other employers are dealing with this issue. 

Meet the presenter 

 

Lee McIntyre-Hamilton has over 20 years experience in international mobility, expatriate tax and employment tax. He works with a diverse range of international organisations, from small owner managed businesses through to large multi-national corporation and non-profit organisations. Lee delivers co-ordinated, joined-up global mobility tax, international social security and payroll advice across many territories globally. He is a published writer on international tax matters, notably the Tiley & Collinson UK Tax Guide.