Remote and temporary working – Tax considerations (English Session - Webcast)

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Since COVID-19 erupted, a complication is having a large workforce working remotely, this takes on more permanency as the public health situation shows no signs of receding. The webcast will cover the tax impacts to your organisation and employees, how to track or monitor locations of your staff working, as well as Hong Kong salaries tax filing challenges.


  • Why look at cross-border remote workers now?

  • Individual tax compliance

  • What’s next? Key actions for adaption

  • Hong Kong salaries tax filing challenges as a result of COVID-19 


29 April 2021


11:00 – 12:30




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John Jen - EY
Director of the People Advisory Services team, Ernst & Young Tax Services Ltd. He joined EY in November 2007 and has over 15 years experience in the accounting industry.  John is knowledgeable in providing Hong Kong salaries tax compliance, advisory and expatriate payroll services to multinational companies and is experienced with facilitating and presenting on Hong Kong salaries tax seminars for the EY and other organizations.

Andrew Dack - EY
Senior Manager of the People Advisory Services team, Ernst & Young Tax Services Ltd., focusing on global mobility who primarily serves financial services industry clients.  He has worked across a variety of industries and sectors on accounts with varying size of assignee populations.  He is originally from the UK and has worked in London, US, Tokyo and Hong Kong with another Big 4 firm previously.

Date & Time
29 April 2021
11:00 12:30 Asia/Hong_Kong

Hong Kong Institute of Human Resource Management

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