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International business travelers can create taxing issues for employers
Brooke Schnitker and Murtaza Valika, Chicago, Ill.
More than ever, companies need to send their employees to foreign countries for business purposes. Many don’t know that when short trips are aggregated, they become more significant and can create a host of issues.
Where we’re headed in executive compensation
Eric J. Gonzaga and William B. Hopkins, Minneapolis, Minn.
Organizations are shifting their focus from reducing workforce levels to obtaining and retaining top-level talent. In addition, regulatory compliance and heightened calls for transparency are driving compensation programs and disclosures.The trends have a consistent theme: pay for performance and the elimination of pay practices that might be poorly received by the public.
In this issue...International business travelers can create taxing issues for employers...Where we’re headed in executive compensation
In this issue...Three leading practices to avoid shareholder problems with executive compensation programs...Sales compensation programs encourage profitability
In this issue...IRS updates guidance for correcting plan qualification errors...Foreign reporting — adding another layer of disclosure
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