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IPO’s and the Human Capital Compliance Factor

Workforce Risk The reason risk is often overlooked is executives, managers and professionals took a chance on working for a start-up and wear “risk” like a badge of honor.  As the IPO gets closer risk becomes a dirty word as all operations come under a microscope and suddenly worry comes across those with financial and…

SIA GigE2018 – Collaboration in the Gig Economy – Key Takeaways

Fortune 1000 companies and suppliers providing extended workforce talent management in the emerging Gig Economy converged at Staffing Industry Analyst “SIA” GigE 2018 Conference in Dallas last week.  The way companies and contractors align themselves to get project and short term work gets done is constantly evolving. This new evolution goes by many names, the…

CXC Global to lead roundtable discussion at SIA’s Collaboration in the Gig Economy

Photo by rawpixel.com from Pexels Moving Beyond Payroll and Compliance: The Future of the Gig Economy CXC Global are delighted to have been invited to lead the discussion on ‘Payroll and Compliance in the Platform Age‘ at SIA’s Collaboration in the Gig Economy event to take place on Thursday October 4th, 2018. With over 25…

Trade Agreements, Tax and the Global Contingent Workforce

Tax Revenue Within Country Borders “In theory, an option to create separate agreements across global lines does help hedge growth bets.  However, global compliance has one unifying requirement, home countries want tax revenue from work being performed within their borders.  Regional business networks should share common growth ideals and at the same time respect each…

Governments Embracing the Gig Economy

  Governments Utilizing Gig Workers A recent article posted at governing.com highlights the results of a survey conducted by the Center for State and Local Government Excellence – State and Local Government Workforce: 2018 Data and 10 Year Trends. The survey looks at states and localities and how they are using gig workers. The gig economy is…

International Talent and the Global Energy Sector

Maintaining Compliance Across Borders “The global energy sector relies on international talent for implementation and data sharing to aid growth, especially helping clean tech.  The more global barriers that are placed, will reduce the amount of sector talent, hindering growth.  Keeping compliance in mind, our borders must be open to joint-ventures that combine talent strengths…

Big U.S. Companies Reveal How Much They Rely on Overseas Workers

New pay-disclosure mandate gives companies an incentive to detail how many employees are in the U.S. and how many are overseas. “Financial compliance measures instituted toward human capital populations of publicly traded corporations are now a reality.   Financial institutions and their investors are increasing ‘savvyness’ into a corporations workforce, especially contractors or “non-employees”, as this segment…

Startups in Japan: Ensuring Compliance When Using Project-based Talent

Ensuring Compliance When Using Project-based Talent for Startups “Japan possesses one of the largest contingent workforce populations per capita in the world, however their labor laws are very strict where allowing for a compliance shield to almost a requirement.  That said, this article is very interesting as an increasing amount of start-ups access project-based talent,…

Alternative Payments and Currencies for Contractors

  Compliance First Approach “The utilization of “alternative currencies” and “alternative payment” modes have been the topic at CXC Global’s Semi-Annual Global Directors Conferences since 2014.  As your company expands or enters into the utilization of global non-employee talent for projects or contingent work, take consideration of the laws and requirements of the country where…

Overseas Worker Classification – Using Local Experts

“Globally, the US enjoys a lower personal tax burden than most countries, however our system is more complex especially when it comes to Project-Based workers and Small Businesses.  A major reason is outside the US, countries favor their workers to be treated the same from a tax liability sense and also contribute equally to social…

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