The new Belgian Code on Companies and Associations came into effect May 1, 2019. The Belgian Code on Companies and Associations (the “BCCA”) repeals the existing Belgian Companies Code (the “Current BCC”) and is aimed at modernising and simplifying company law.
Global Upside announced that it now complies with the U.S. Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), which sets the national standard for protecting sensitive patient health information. The compliance verified by a third-party audit confirms that technical; physical; and administrative safeguards, and company policies, and procedures meet HIPAA requirements. “We are committed to helping…
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San Jose, CA – Global Upside (www.globalupside.com) – a leading provider of accounting, HR, payroll, PEO, and talent acquisition services in 150+ countries – today announced that it has achieved Service Organization Control (SOC) 1 Type 1 and SOC 2 Type 1 compliance.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Alberta has been gradually raising their province’s weekly and monthly minimum wages since late 2016. Starting 1 October 2018, the minimum hourly wage was raised to $15, affecting nearly 11% of Alberta’s total workforce (254,000 employees). Alberta now has the highest provincial minimum wage in Canada.