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    Communicating Tax Matters to Your Mobile and Remote Employees

    Let’s face it, many people find taxes to be intimidating, time consuming, and confusing—why else would so many people procrastinate when it comes to filing their taxes? Then, add in the intricacies when taxpayers are dealing with multiple taxing jurisdictions—due to an international transfer, international assignment, business travel, or even remote work—and the complexities skyrocket. When employees are working outside of their Home location, delivering timely communications can go a long way in managing risks and providing an exceptional employee experience—helping you retain top talent and providing essential duty of care to your workforce. Below, we outline key items you should be discussing with your remote workers, business travelers, and/or international transferees or assignees.

    Fighting Hunger During Tax Busy Season

    Our annual Beards and Braids for Busy Season (BBFBS) begins now! In the campaign’s ninth year, GTN is once again partnering with Move For Hunger, a national non-profit organization that has created a sustainable way to reduce food waste and fight hunger. Our 2022 BBFBS campaign strives to make an impact on the growing hunger crisis as millions of Americans face food insecurity every day. This will be GTN’s second year partnering with Move For Hunger and our goal is to surpass last year. With your help in 2021, the BBFBS campaign was among Move For Hunger's top 10 fundraisers providing 16,277 meals to those in need! We are very excited about this year’s campaign and the continued role we can play in helping the Move For Hunger cause.

    How to Build a Business Case for Remote Work and Business Travel Services

    As remote work requests continue to roll in and the future of work is one that embraces a mobile workforce, C-suite executives are pushing to offer remote work as a valuable incentive to retain and attract talent. While a drive to offer this employee incentive has already realized advantages for companies, it has also come with many challenges and compliance requirements that still need to be addressed.

    GTN's Toys for Tots Drive 2021

    For the fourth year in a row, GTN is collecting toys for the 2021 Marine Toys for Tots Program! The ongoing pandemic has continued to negatively impact communities and families so it’s more important than ever to share resources where we can. Together, we can support the Toys for Tots mission in helping families across the United States provide gifts to their children.

    Why Sustainability Matters for your Global Mobility Program

    Over 55 years ago, scientists introduced the “greenhouse effect.” In November 1965, the Environmental Pollution Panel along with the President’s Science Advisory Committee issued a report called, “Restoring the Quality of Our Environment,” that pointed out how increasing temperatures in the atmosphere was occurring due to the buildup of carbon dioxide. The phrase “global warming” (i.e., climate change) was coined a decade later when the issue of a warming climate began to reach a larger audience.

    Now, as the effects of climate change are felt by more than just the scientists, individuals around the world are urging corporations to step in. Workforces yearn for their employers to be environmentally, socially, and culturally thoughtful. In this article, we will explore the principle of sustainability and how the global mobility department can not only participate but take the lead in creating change within their corporation. Below we highlight both short- and long-term goals you can create for your global mobility program along with potential resources to help make these goals a reality.

    10 Reasons to Create a Global Mobility Program for Your Company

    Global mobility programs are a win-win solution for both your company and your mobile employees.

    The COVID-19 pandemic and related economic challenges have resulted in fundamental changes for many industries. We have seen labor market shifts, immigration restrictions, and budgetary challenges for national and local jurisdictions across the globe. At the same time, thanks to today’s ever-evolving technology, time zones and borders are not as relevant, and we can now work simultaneously with our colleagues across all corners of the globe—especially in this new world of remote or “work anywhere” workforces. However, these technology advances will also make it more possible for tax and immigration authorities to monitor and enforce regulatory compliance on both employers and their mobile employees.