The March 2023 Blue Marble newsletter discusses the challenges integrating U.S. and global payroll, understanding in-country labor laws, and compliance challenges with global expansion.

Challenges Integrating U.S. and Global Payroll
When it comes to managing a global workforce, there are so many factors to be considered. Hiring and onboarding, getting payroll up and running, unique requirements in each country – it can be very difficult to keep track of every detail and ensure compliance. When you also factor in your U.S. employees, integrating your payroll process gets even more complicated. Using different vendors and systems, with varying deadlines and processes, makes integration a huge challenge for most companies. Here are the main considerations when you are looking to integrate your U.S. and global payroll. READ MORE

Understanding In-Country Labor Laws
Global People Strategist
Companies planning to expand overseas have many considerations before hiring employees in a new country. Employment laws and statutory benefits vary from country to country, so it’s important to familiarize your team before you start hiring new talent or sending U.S. employees to a new country to begin operations. Here are some key considerations when hiring abroad. LEARN MORE

Compliance Challenges with Global Expansion
Jared Forrest, Sales Executive
When you are expanding into new countries and managing employees in the U.S., there is often a disconnect between payroll and compliance requirements. As you expand into new countries, the complexity can grow and put your company at risk for non-compliance. One of my clients recently found themselves in the same situation, with employees in the U.S. and Canada and plans to expand into Mexico. They needed help getting payroll up and running and wanted to make sure they had the right compliance measures in place. READ MORE