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ADP, KPMG Alliance Provides Multinational Companies a Better Way to Manage their Dispersed Workforce

It was recently announced that ADP and KPMG LLP, the U.S. audit, tax and advisory firm, have joined forces to help multinational companies better manage employees who are given international assignments that require them to relocate from one country to another.

The alliance brings together the global scale and experience of KPMG’s Global Mobility Services (GMS) practice, including its proprietary LINK Enterprise technology platform, with the ADP Global Payroll solution to provide multinational companies with an integrated approach to managing payrolls and reporting for employees who are moving internationally to improve transparency, financial performance and employee satisfaction.

“Our alliance with KMPG has really helped streamline the global mobility process so that HR leaders can more easily manage employees who are expatriates or just temporarily moving from one country to another,” said Ed Flynn, president of Global Enterprise Solutions at ADP. “By providing an automated, integrated platform, in addition to KPMG services, this partnership eliminates a lot of dual data entry for HR leaders saving time so they can focus on more strategic initiatives. It also makes it easier for employees making international moves by enabling them to easily track information such as, their compensation, taxes, and cost of living allowances.”

Learn more about the alliance at https://home.kpmg.com/us/en/home/insights/2017/08/kpmg-and-adp-gms.html.

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