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Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 2010/05/17 - CCH Asia showcased its publication, Asia Guide to International Assignment Management, at Deloitte SEA Global Employment Services (GES) Seminars.
CCH Asia showcased its publication, Asia Guide to International Assignment Management, a resource which captures the overall view of the ever-changing landscape of the Asian HR and Tax issues relating to International Assignment Management at Deloitte SEA Global Employment Services (GES) Seminar on 11 May 2010 (KL) and 12 May 2010 (Penang).
CCH, a Wolters Kluwer business, has earlier announced the launch of Asia Guide to International Assignment Management across Asia Pacific in July 2009. The resource, written in collaboration with Deloitte and Sirva Relocation, provides insights into HR and Tax issues and their application to the management of cross-border assignments and employees on assignments.
“Corporations in Asia are exposed to numerous employment and tax laws that it becomes extremely important that they keep abreast of the ever-changing laws. Asia Guide to International Assignment Management is an all-in-one resource which covers the relevant guide to the HR and Tax system in managing international assignments, and it caters to both local and regional businesses. This resource meets their needs in understanding the intricacies of employment and tax regimes in international assignments,” said Ang Weina, Partner and Head of Global Employer Services, Tax, Deloitte Malaysia.
“With the joint effort between CCH and Deloitte at the GES Seminar, we are able to present an authoritative resource prepared to help users understand the how-tos of managing international assignments in Asia.”
Asia Guide to International Assignment Management provides an overview of the HR and Tax issues involved in managing employees under international assignments in a structured approach, both broad-based and country-specific. It gives clear insights into the application of managing cross-border assignments, resulting in organisations achieving greater cost-savings with better understanding of the issues. Some of the key features of this resource are the relevant practical examples as well as useful references to tax formulas and tables, legislation and sample forms, helping users understand the relation between the issues and the relevant legislation which ranges from contract arrangements through to the costing of assignments. Expertly written by reputable HR and tax practitioners, the intricacies of the laws binding the International Assignment Management in Asia are presented in a professional approach.
• Expatriate Compensation and Benefits;
• Tax and Social Security Issues;
• Risk Mitigation;
• Employment Law;
• Housing Issues;
• Immigration Issues;
• Localisation and Repatriation Planning;
• Family and Cost of Living;
• Costing, Budgeting and ROI;
• Medical Policies.
To find out more about this publication and CCH range of products, kindly email to mktg[.]cch.com.my