KPMG's Global Mobility Services practice brings together a wealth of tax, technology, immigration and mobile administration services to help make managing a global workforce easier, safer and more efficient.
Whether an organization is considering expansion or relocation to a new location, an acquisition or streamlining existing processes to manage the current workforce, this practice can support these goals and more. Our diverse and experienced team of over 4,000 professionals in more than 140 countries works together to deliver personal service on a global scale.
How we can support you
We can support organizations to manage their international workforce effectively. By integrating tax, technology, immigration and mobile administration services, KPMG member firms can help you move employees across borders in more effective ways. KPMG’s Global Mobility Services teams seek to make the world feel like a smaller place so that you receive the same level of quality and personal advice no matter which region or country your people work in.
Supporting a personal approach to service is KPMG’s exclusive KPMG LINK technology. KPMG LINK Work Force is designed to break down the borders that exist between organizations, their employees and their vendors, offering a single technology solution that helps make managing a global workforce easy, effective and transparent.
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