Our July newsletter discusses the challenges using in-country payroll vendors, labor reform in Brazil, and acquiring global companies and managing payroll. Challenges Using In-Country Payroll Vendors With different regulations and unique statutory requirements in each country, paying global employees isn’t easy. Many companies hire local in-country accountants or vendors to start paying employees, but as the company expands into new countries, the payroll process gets more complicated. Here are common pain points using multiple in-country payroll vendors and ways to streamline your process. READ MORE Labor Reform in Brazil Global People Strategist Brazil has undergone significant labor reform over the last several years in order to modernize the labor laws and provide more flexible work arrangements for employers and employees. There have been key changes to working hours, outsourcing, and union negotiations. Here is what you need to know as an employer in Brazil: LEARN MORE Acquiring Global Companies and Managing Payroll Skye Graham, Sales Executive I recently met with a company in the manufacturing industry that had a challenging payroll process in Mexico. They recently acquired a plant that was using a local provider with an antiquated system to manage payroll. They needed to view employee data across multiple countries, but their local provider did not have technology that could integrate with their U.S. payroll provider, Paylocity. Compliance was another big concern, and they were not getting the support they needed from their in-country provider. With a potential future IPO, they needed more modern systems in place to scale the business. READ MORE