Remote Working – Tax Risks and Employment Law Issues for International Businesses to be Aware Of

  • Event: Remote Working – Tax Risks and Employment Law Issues for International Businesses to be Aware Of
  • Date: 30/11/2020
  • Time: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Venue: Online Session, Via Zoom , Online,
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Description

Shannon Chamber and Mazars are delighted to invite you to a virtual presentation on Remote working – Tax risks and employment law issues for international businesses to be aware of”

During this webinar we will analyse two main topics: 

  1. Tax risks

COVID-19 has resulted in a significant increase in remote working in Ireland and other countries. As the pandemic does not look like it will slow down any time soon, foreign businesses need to be aware of the potential Irish tax implications of having employees working remotely in Ireland. Irish businesses also need to be aware of potential tax risks of their employees working remotely abroad.

Some of the issues that will be covered include permanent establishment risk from a corporation tax perspective as well as the employment tax and social security (payroll tax obligations) issues that Irish and foreign businesses need to be aware of in relation to their remote workers.

 

  1. Employment law / HR issues

Sonya will discuss the employment law issues and policies for a remote workforce. She will also provide practical advice on managing a remote workforce.

 

Speakers

Ken Killoran – Tax Partner, Employment Tax & Global Mobility Tax Services, Mazars

Ken is a partner within our tax department and Head of the Employment Tax and Global Mobility Services team. Ken has extensive experience in providing advice on all aspects of employment tax (PAYE), social security (PRSI) and immigration to multinational companies in relation to their internationally mobile employees and also to Irish based companies regarding their employees working in Ireland and overseas. He advises a wide range of employers in these areas across all sectors, including public sector organisations. Ken also has experience in advising companies on share incentive schemes and dealing with PAYE Revenue audits and providing PAYE health checks to companies. He also advises individual employees about the Irish tax and social security issues of working in Ireland and overseas. 

 

Cormac Kelleher – International Tax Partner, Mazars

Cormac is an international tax partner, with a focus on inward investment. He specialises in cross border corporate structuring, transfer pricing and mergers and acquisitions. He has extensive experience in the areas of technology, real estate and financial services. Cormac works with several owner-managed, listed and foreign-owned multinational businesses. He works closely with our overseas teams to ensure a seamless delivery for clients operating internationally and advises owners and their companies at each stage of their lifecycle.

 

A member of Chartered Accountants Ireland and the Irish Institute of Taxation, Cormac lectures on international tax issues both in Ireland and abroad, as well as contributing to various publications.

Sonya Boyce – HR Consulting Director, Mazars 

Sonya leads the HR Consulting and Organisational Development service line. The division has grown significantly in recent years, and the offering encompasses recruitment, compliance, HR audit and review, leadership development, organisational design and organisational development. She leads the team that delivers a range of HR consulting services to clients across the public and private sector.  

Sonya writes and speaks extensively on gender pay gap reporting and diversity and inclusion. She is a member of the Irish Management Consultants Association and is a certified Prince II Project Management Practitioner. The British Psychological Society accredits Sonya in conducting Psychometric Assessment.

 

Who should attend? 

Business owners, Finance Directors, Financial Controllers, , HR Directors and Payroll Managers

 

This webinar is Free of Charge, but online booking is essential

We will share the link to join the webinar a day before the event