Business growth requires more than simply adjusting to a changing economic landscape. Companies need to take a step back and reflect on what trends will come and go, and which will become permanent.
Global Upside, a leading provider of accounting, human resources, payroll, PEO, and talent acquisition services globally, has won Gold for Best Outsourcing Partnership at the Shared Services and Outsourcing Network (SSON) Impact Awards.
Gartner Reimagine HR Conference, Orlando, Florida, October 28-30, 2019 – Global Upside today announced attendance at Gartner’s ReimagineHR Conference.
Everyone knows expansion into other markets isn’t simply a matter of sending employees overseas or hiring locally. But what exactly is required? As companies go global the complexity in managing this global workforce multiples 10-fold. Yet.
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.
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.
A New Technological World: The Impact on Your Day-to-Day HR Functions By Ragu Bhargava, Co-Founder and CEO, Global Upside Raise your hand if your LinkedIn feed is not filled with titles like “how virtual reality will revolutionize HR.” We have all read those articles in frustration as we scroll to the bottom and not one sentence…
Global Upside Wins Partnership in HR Excellence Award San Jose, CA – November 13, 2018 – Global Upside (www.globalupside.com) has won “Partnership in HR Excellence” award at the prestigious 2018 HRO Today Awards Gala in Amsterdam. The award acknowledges Global Upside’s work as an HR partner to some of the world’s leading companies. Global Upside provide Hire…
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.
It’s predicted that by 2020, 50% of workers will be remote or virtual employees. That brings a new set of challenges to global companies and in this podcast, we explore what those challenges are and how to thrive in this new world. VP of Human Resources, Mary Lemons partners with Globig to talk about HR’s role in creating an effective and happy global virtual workforce.