Global employer services
Ulike lover og regler fra land til land – mobilitet gir både muligheter og utfordringer
Deloitte har bred ekspertise innen nasjonale og internasjonale utfordringer, og i tillegg et utstrakt internasjonalt nettverk som en del av en global organisasjon. Med dette utgangspunkt kan vi bistå med rådgivning, analyser og planlegging slik at både arbeidsgivers og de ansattes forhold ivaretas på best mulig måte.
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From 1 January 2017, the Norwegian tax authorities are expected to be tougher in levying penalties on non-compliant employers in Norway. The penalties can be substantial, so updating on the payroll reporting obligations in Norway, and making sure they are met, could be one of the more important cost saving measures that you do this year.
Not monitoring your global business travelers can be costly.
As global mobility becomes an integral part of any multinational company and these companies face the challenge of setting up adequate policies to manage their global workforce, one important group within the mobile workforce is often overlooked: global business travelers.
Working in Norway induces a variety of obligations for both the employer and the employee. This booklet summarizes the main obligations faced by the employee in Norway, whether locally employed in or temporarily assigned to Norway.
This booklet contains a summary of key information on tax, immigration, social security, pension and employment legislation in Norway as of January 1, 2017.
If you represent an employer considering assigning an employee abroad, or if you as an employee have been offered an assignment outside Norway, the booklet may give valuable information.