Our November 2021 newsletter discusses the new Personal Information Protection Legislation (PIPL) in China, changes to the Australian superannuation fund rules, and consolidating systems across multiple countries.

China Enacts Personal Information Protection Law
China recently passed new personal data protection legislation called the Personal Information Protection Law (PIPL) that impacts companies managing employees and business in China. The new law went into effect as of November 1, 2021 and is similar in scope to GDPR in the European Union. Failure to comply with these new requirements will result in significant fines and penalties from the Chinese government. So what do you need to know about PIPL? READ MORE

Changes to Australian Superannuation Fund Rules
Global People Strategist
Beginning November 1, 2021, employers onboarding new employees in Australia may be required to take an additional step if the employee does not choose a super fund. Employers may need to request the employee “stapled super fund” details from the Australian Taxation Office (ATO). LEARN MORE

Consolidating Systems across Multiple Countries
Meghan Holcomb, Regional Sales Executive
One of my new clients in the technology industry was struggling with their global payroll processing and compliance across 6 countries. Using different systems in each country was making payroll more complicated with manual processes, extra steps, and service issues. They needed a change and wanted to consolidate US payroll with their international payroll as well. READ MORE