First of all, we would like to thank you for your interest in our in-house LIMES academy! In the below overview, we have compiled the various international topics LIMES academy has to offer. On the next page you can find our questionnaire. We are curious to learn what topics you are interested in. Based on this we will tailor our in-house LIMES academy for VIE People.
International social security and insurances
Social security plays an important and often underestimated role in international employment. In what country is the employee socially insured? Is it possible to continue social security in the country of origin? What formalities must be handled? In short, are all risks known to your employees and fully covered?
International business, business travel and cross-border employment are here to stay, even in covid times. Global mobility comes with unique questions and challenges. Different rules and regulations come into play, both national and international. When hiring foreign employees, for example, you must think about work permits. When is such a permit required? What are the risks if you do not follow these rules and regulations?
International payroll and pensions
The international employment of your employee has been arranged, the contract has been signed and the fiscal picture has been examined. But how should you organise the Dutch payroll for this employee if the salary is (fully or partly) taxed abroad? And what does a shadow payroll entail?
Tax consequences of cross-border employment
International employment has tax consequences, both for the employer and for the employee. Questions that will be discussed in this seminar include: in which country must tax be paid on the salary? What does this depend on?
The 30% ruling is a Dutch tax facility that makes working in the Netherlands more attractive for foreign employees. This scheme can also be applied to employees seconded from the Netherlands. What conditions must be met? Which costs can be covered by this scheme? How does the application procedure work? And how do you process the scheme correctly in the salary administration?
An international assignment has tax and labour law consequences, both for the employer and for the employee. There are also consequences in the event of the dismissal of an expatriate employee. What challenges does such a dismissal bring?
Ever since 2016, we knew it was coming: Brexit. Meanwhile, a trade and cooperation agreement has been concluded between the European Union and the United Kingdom. Based on the knowledge areas of tax, social security and labour migration, the developments surrounding Brexit are discussed in this seminar.
Those who operate in international markets will sooner or later face challenging issues related to VAT and international rules and regulations, even in times of the covid crisis. Whether you are in manufacturing, distribution, logistics, wholesale, construction, e-commerce, media or even healthcare, with the right knowledge and experience you can optimise your international operations and transactions.
Remote working during covid
Since the outbreak of the coronavirus, working from home has become the new normal. For international employees, this often means working from home in the country of origin. What consequences does this have for these international employees and their employers?
Workshop Netherlands - Belgium
The (international) laws and regulations regarding cross-border employment are continuously changing. In this seminar, we compare the Netherlands and Belgium. This comparison is made on the following topics: residence, taxation of employees and management remuneration, social security, payroll obligations, compensation scheme Netherlands.
Workshop Netherlands - Germany
The (international) laws and regulations regarding cross-border employment are continuously changing. In this seminar, we compare the Netherlands and Germany. This comparison is made on the following topics: residence, taxation of employees and management remuneration, social security, payroll obligations, compensation scheme Netherlands.
Dealing with the payroll of employees in the right way is a challenge for many companies. This applies both to the situation where employees are sent abroad and to the situation where employees come to the Netherlands from abroad.