Employers' Club

Employers' Club

Providing our members with personalised updates on the latest employee issues.

Providing our members with personalised updates on the latest employee issues.

In a world where changes to employee issues are fast and constant, employers need to work hard to stay up-to-date. KPMG’s Employers’ Club makes that task easier. 

Join Employers’ Club now for fast access to leading-edge insight and technical knowledge from KPMG experts on: • employment taximmigrationemployment lawglobal mobilityreward & benefits. Membership is free and over 9,000 organisations, from new start-ups to global organisations, are already on board.              

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Employers' Club webinar archive

Employers' Club webinar archive

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Employment Law

Providing you with advice on typical problem areas in employment law.

 
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Global Mobility

Aiming to keep you updated with the most recent tax and social security changes.

 
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Employment Tax

Aiming to keep you updated with the latest important information for your business.

 
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Immigration

Aiming to provide you with advice on problem areas in global immigration.

 
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Reward and Benefits

Providing updates on all of the elements that make up an employee's total reward.

 
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New guide: Gender pay gap reporting

Gender pay gap reporting is everyone’s business.

 
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New guide: National minimum wage

Concerns over brand risk from reputational damage by government, over minimum wage failures, one of top three concerns for CEOs.

 
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Thinking People: The future of HR

We examine how HR functions are changing.

 
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