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The economic conditions have been shifting, impacting pay and benefits more than ever before. Wages in the United Arab Emirates are set to rise by an average of 4.6% in 2017, following an average increase of 4.9% this year, according to Willis Towers Watson’s latest Salary Budget Planning Study.
The economic conditions have been shifting, impacting pay and benefits more than ever before Dubai - United Arab Emirates – 14 June 2016 – Wages in the United Arab Emirates are set to rise by an average of 4.6% in 2017, following an average increase of 4.9% this year, according to Willis Towers Watson’s latest Salary Budget Planning Study. The inflation rate in the UAE in the past two years has been an average of 4.0%; however, there has been an ...
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The enormity of the challenges confronting pension funds — including substantial deficits, a tumultuous global economy, and a low-return environment — means that they need to be able to focus on maximizing investment returns without distraction. For those in the public sector, this includes being shielded from governmental politics.

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Where does the U.S. rank on retirement? Great review of programs around the world.
Norway, Switzerland, and Iceland won the top three spots in Natixis Global Asset Management's fourth annual ranking of the global retirement index.
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Over the next 10 years, our operational HR models will disappear. Payroll, HR shared services, etc, will be gone and replaced by straight-through processing. What’s left will be HR business partners that truly partner with the business on strategic matters such as workforce planning, succession management, strategic recruitment efforts, etc, and are no longer engulfed in non-value added discussions.
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What’s your post-Brexit labor contingency plan? An employer of record offers valuable flexibility for employers with workers in the UK and EU, enabling compliant engagement with no entity or permanent establishment. Read this free Brexit guide to learn more. http://ow.ly/yhOc3023Bbp
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Uncertainty after Brexit and the pound – what can UK and foreign businesses do to mitigate damage, or even leverage this into a positive opportunity? Read our complimentary guide today.
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What can be done to improve cross-border talent management?

Recently, a US-based business was acquired by a Chinese firm but had to go through three CEO changes in less than two years because of cultural clashes in governance and management style.
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To explore what HR needs to do to win in the modern age, here are three key lessons which can help CHROs become significantly successful today through personal interviews and media roundtable discussions.
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The Human Resource function in many companies is undergoing a sea of change. Technology is entirely changing the way HR functions today, as companies of varying scales, embrace technology to streamline processes, that are helping in retaining talent and enhancing employee experiences.
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Did you know? Employees in 72 countries are legally entitled to severance or redundancy pay based on length of service. This infographic shares more ways global payroll complexity increases as your presence grows! http://ow.ly/7H9z30295pD
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Great feature for our very own CEO Bjorn Reynolds in Risk & Compliance Magazine! He shares nine challenges facing HR pros in global expansion.
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We'll be at InsideNGO's Annual Conference in Washington, D.C. this week where we will have the opportunity to collaborate with and help strengthen the NGO community through practical solutions in the areas of global HR and payroll. If you'll be there, be sure to say hello at booth #10!
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Introduction

Having started as a UK domestic payroll company, we identified a huge gap in the marketplace relating to global payroll. We looked at the market and saw a handful of payroll providers cobbling together solutions with dated technologies, disparate and incompatible systems.  Our multinational clients deserved better.

That was back in 2008. Today, we are a team of young, passionate professionals–affectionately known as “Guardians”–who manage our purpose-built SaaS-based technology system with an paralleled commitment to client service. We help businesses manage and grow their international workforce.

If you need help managing the complexities relating to global HR and are looking for a partner with a commitment to success not seen elsewhere in the industry, you should call us. We want to hear about your compliance challenges, your global HR strategies and your plans for international expansion.

We invite you to learn more about why Gartner Research has designated SafeGuard World International as a “disrupter” in the global payroll marketplace and how we are helping both Fortune 500 and growing businesses streamline their global payroll and international HR processes and mitigate their global HR risks.