Global Upside, a leading provider of accounting, payroll, HR, PEO, and talent acquisition services globally, was named the winner of a Bronze Stevie® Award for Innovation in Product Design and Development for Business-to-Business Products and Services category at the sixth annual Asia-Pacific Stevie Awards.
Learn about parental leave around the world – who is eligible for parental leave, what kind of leave is mandated, and what companies need to know to be in compliance with laws in common business expansion destinations.
Global Upside Corporation Expands APAC Presence: Office Opening in Australia Melbourne, Australia — 16 May 2019 — Global Upside Corporation, a conglomerate of brands that service the back office needs of domestic and multi-national companies in 150+ countries, has recently opened an office in Melbourne, Australia to support its growth in the APAC region. “With…
Mergers and Acquisitions: The Human Factor by Ragu Bhargava Walt Disney’s acquisition of 21st Century Fox recently closed at USD $84 billion; mergers and acquisitions are a real and frequent part of everyday life. Yet far too often, the real thing falls short of achieving its envisioned goals. With an 80% failure rate of mergers and…
We continue our Critical Global Expansion Checklist with a discussion on preparing for commercial compliance – including IP protection and trademarking, data privacy, and information law to help you do business securely and compliantly from country to country.
As we near the March 29th deadline, there has considerable speculation surrounding the impact that “Brexit” will have on the UK and its neighboring countries, with a focus placed on Ireland in particular. Although changes in workplace rights are unlikely to occur post-Brexit, major employment law differences remain between the two nations.
Prepare yourself for expansion with our “Critical Global Expansion Checklist”. This webinar is the first of two installments in which we talk about the key elements to consider and prepare for when venturing into international markets.
Work councils have an immense impact on businesses in the EU. In this podcast, we outline what work councils are, the areas where their impact is strongest, and why they matter much more than most companies are prepared for.
As year-end approaches, it’s crucial for any company with business in Europe to comply with the annual accounting reporting requirements. Not only does this regularly pose a challenge for new and growing businesses, but even those who have established themselves on the continent can struggle when regulation changes are considered.
After proposed changes in June 2018, amendments to China’s Individual Income Tax (IIT) will go into effect January 2019. These changes will have administrative ramifications on every company in China.