COVID-19 and Global Mobility
Practical tips and key considerations for dealing with the growing impact
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to have a significant health and economic impact. Amongst the uncertainty and disruption it is important that businesses are equipped to provide a thoughtful but effective 'people-first' response.
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As many countries continue to impose travel bans and lockdowns due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we know that companies with global operations face significant challenges. They need to respond immediately to manage their cross-border workforce and mobility concerns.
To help businesses focus their efforts and respond to COVID-19 we highlight the most relevant tax, immigration and legal impacts that may affect businesses and provide global insights* from key regional centers and offer practical guidance to help combat the consequences with resilience.
Topics addressed in this article:
- Compliance considerations, including immigration, payroll and tax compliance
- Managing travel restrictions and border closures
- Tips for providing immediate support to affected international staff
- Preparing in advance and staying informed
*The commentary is valid as of 22nd April and is subject to change as we receive additional announcements from worldwide authorities.
Manage your COVID-19 global mobility response with clarity, confidence, and insight
Deloitte’s global mobility professionals will work with you to assist you to manage the disruption to your international assignment programmes and identify immediate priorities. During this uncertain time, as restrictions continue to be imposed, having a framework to manage the changing immigration, employment law and tax considerations is critical. Deloitte believes a framework will assist companies to balance long-term planning to provide resilience for future growth against short-term demands for survival and compliance with COVID-19 restrictions.