Global Mobility Alert April 2020

We hope you and your families are healthy and safe during these uncertain and unprecedented times.

The global spread of the COVID-19 affected many employers and forced them to take some difficult decisions, trying to balance the health and safety of their employees with the need to keep the business running.

Since the beginning of this crisis, we have been closely monitoring the situation and taking action to mitigate the effects of the pandemic. We remain by our clients’ sides and share our expertise and experience, with advice on protecting teams, ensuring business continuity and more. With this purpose, we launched a dedicated section with insights from our international experts.

Concerning Global Mobility, OECD has recently published guidance on the taxation of cross border employees during the pandemic, under the application of bilateral tax treaties.

In this newsletter’ edition, we take a look at the new non-domicile regime in Greece, as well as a new EU notification requirement for foreign workers (in the Netherlands), that applies to activities performed on or after the 1st of March 2020. In addition, you can find updates on local tax legislation from Mexico, UK, South Africa, Romania and Bulgaria.

We hope you will find this issue helpful and interesting and we are here to help you deal with this fast-moving situation that impacted the modern world in an unprecedented way.

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