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June 2017

Cover Story

Meet Alison Sellar, Founder and CEO of activpayroll

By Frank J. Mendelson

Read about her thoughts on corporate global responsibilities, complexity in the payroll process, and her democratic style of leadership.

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Cover Story

Meet Alison Sellar, Founder and CEO of activpayroll

By Frank J. Mendelson

Read about her thoughts on corporate global responsibilities, complexity in the payroll process, and her democratic style of leadership.

Features

Five Global Payroll Trends to Watch

By Todd M. Horvath

ADP shares ways to deliver a more personalized payroll experience, including tighter regulations, mobile compatibility, and paycards.

New Global Payroll Model Creates Harmony Internationally

By Paul Bartlett

Multinational organizations are beginning to revise strategies for their evolving global activities.

Major Fiscal Event Establishes U.K. With Two Budgets This Year

By Samantha Mann, MAAT, MCIPPdip

Policy could have impact on everything from tax rules on employee expenses to off-payroll contractors to student loan repayments.

Neeyamo Kicks Off Inaugural International Payroll Week

By Mary Holland, CPP

The global HR provider holds the first-ever celebration for payroll professionals around the world.

Departments

Publisher’s Note

By Dan Maddux

Highlights of the content provided in this issue of Global Payroll magazine.

Meet The Contributors

Read about the subject matter experts who made this issue possible.

Vendor News

Industry developments from the global payroll vendor and research community.

Global Payroll Directory

Find the vendor to meet your global payroll needs.

Worldly Wise

When Customers Complain, Give Up the Need to Be Right

By Janelle Barlow, Ph.D.

How can service providers around the world overcome this very human albeit neurotic need?

Asia Briefing

Procedures, Regulations Govern Remitting Money From India

Prohibited transactions include lottery winnings, income from racing, and funds used for the purchase of banned magazines.

Daily Minimum Wage Rates Increase in Thailand

The Central Wage Committee raised the rate an average of 1.7% for the first time in four years for most provinces.

Country Spotlight

What You Need to Know About Payroll in Montenegro

By Jelena Zivkovik

Learn how labor law, employment procedures, and maternity leave work in the Southeastern European country.

Global Tips

Immigration Items to Consider While Traveling Abroad For Work

By Mark Chong

Travelers should be prepared to face relentless questioning because of changes in immigration enforcement practices.

Gpmi Education

Soviet Influence Remains in Eastern European HR, Payroll

By Kerry Cole

HR and payroll methods in three key countries are similar but are changing over time.